E min7, A7, D maj7, II V I in D major, Arpeggios, Chor tones, Chromatic approach, Diatonic Approach, Constant 8th notesby Pedja Simovic
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Hi GMC, in the previous lessons we have seen different concepts about chords, inversions and voicing. I made this lesson to show you an effective way, using chords and simple lines, to create a jazzy sound. Usually, in this style, the jazz player is playing some chords with the melody line on top.
The fingerpicking technique can help with some voicing - as example when we must skip some string to play a chord - and it's also a great tool to create interesting bass lines with the thumb. About this topic, check also my old Walking Bass Lesson.