Muris - you floored me again! Awesome to see you cover a new style
Your theoretical explanation of the note choice is exactly in line with how I try to see things - I will learn alot from this one! What's so good with this way of looking at theory is that you learn new tonalities without necessarily having to learn a new scale (which can be time consuming!).
Ace stuff Muris, I love the end!
Awesome lesson Muris!
Spot on Kris,for this kind of Jazz isn't the MUST to know all types of scales,
simple use of neighbors shall give us needed sound.
Tho there are types of Jazz where some uncommon scales sound cool,
will talk about that in next Jazzy lesson I hope.
Cool one, neighbor
Great lesson Muris , looks easy to beginners and its very effective at the same time..Great one!
Very Cool Muris!
You truly are a very diverse player!
I agree, you can play all the music styles !! and all with great music taste
Awesome, Muris, simply awesome
Fantastic lesson Muris!!
Great lesson Muris!
Thats something to get started with
Very jazzy muris! You've amazed me again.
Great sound Muris, and a great lesson
Awesome! Just what I needed right now, can't wait to get started when I get back
first time I hear jazz in my life and Damnit! I like it =)
Wow Muris I'm really impressed!! I didn't think i'd like Jazz but I really like this And I find that concept of neighbour notes fascinating and strange... Keep it up you're great!!
Thanks for feedback guys,glad you like it!!
Excellent one Muris!
I love the licks and really like the very last one. :-)
nice and great work muris for real jazz
Oh my God!! Very Cool!! Well done Muris.
cool lesson kind of reminds me of the ren and stimpy cartoon a song they would use for a intro
Awesome, but the problem i always have with these lessons is getting a good tone, not that distorted but not that clean as well... oh well,
awesome lesson Muris!
great lesson Muris I'm new to jazz music
that would be a good start! thanks
great lesson again Muris.
You're welcome,glad you like it!!
Feel free to ask if you need any help here tho.
Hey question I wanna learn this lesson but im just curious how do you set you amp/guitar to get that kind of jazzy tone?
Million $ question
No amp here,just Korg Pandora,
clean sound,bit of bass and less treble,small room/hall and that's it.
Another great lesson Muris
This is an area where I want to take my playing but I'm not overly familar with the theory, (I'm easily confused!)
Also I suspect this would also be beneficial to help develop my legato and sweeping? I'm I right in thinking that jazz and shredding are similar technically?
I'll give the lesson a go. Though I would like to understand what I'm playing cause I think my lack of understanding theory is holding me back creatively
What would you recommend as a good place to start to get into jazz?
You can shred in every style of music,pop,rock,blues,metal,jazz etc.
Only question is,does it take place at the moment?
I would suggest you players like George Benson,Lee Litenour,Larry Carlton etc.
Moder type of Jazz,sort of smooth,easy to listen tho.
Quick update,I forgot to add backing tracks here,
pure fault of mine,sorry guys .
Now it's updated with all BTs and Kris is gonna republish it in a blink
Wow! More please, I've been hoping for a lesson covering smooth jazz. Most people I know call it elevator or grocery store music but I love it. An artist I recently started listening to is Jay Soto, great smooth jazz guitarist.
Soto is great for sure,and more of smooth jazz still to come,thanks.
Nice and useful lesson. I am wating sleep time to practice. Thanks Muris
You're welcome,keep practicing
This is awsome, i was looking for something like this. Im trying it on my western wich makes it a bit harder tbh, but my goal is to do it on 95bpm.
Glad you like it,more Jazzy lessons still to come
What a pleasure to follow your lessons. You're the only teacher including some feeling in your lesson. Technic is one thing but music isn't a speed competition.
Well thanks a lot !!
Tho I wouldn't agree that I'm the only one doing that,
it's really hard to put some feel into technique exercise
and I'm sure ALL instructors are doing their best.
Do you get that wonderful jazz sound from a Pandora too? I'm checking into buying one as you get so many great sounds out of yours.
How could I have missed this? Nice lesson Man
KWEST,yeah,I used Pandora here as well.
Brilliant lesson, Muris!
Glad you like it,cheers
Great lesson Muris. I'm gonna have a go at it some time.
Great lesson muris !! And well explained
the only chord used is D7? Is it intentionally that the min3 clash?
Nevermind! I read it:P
SOO AWSOME haha puts a smile on my face