Mixing Jazz Chords with Blues

by Stephane Lucarelli

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  • Hello GMC !

    In this lesson we will learn how to use jazz chords over a 12 bars blues shuffle.

    From simple 7th chords to more complex altered chords, we'll improve our guitar
    accompaniement and chords knowledge.

    If you are not familiar with some chords, practice slowly. Try to memorize their name, how their are build and transpose in other keys.

    Remember that creating a good accompaniment is just as important as making good solo !

    I hope this lesson you will help you to discover new sounds and expand your chord vocabulary.

    Have fun,


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