An etude designed to help get you up and down the neck and connect the dots in new ways.
George Benson meets James Burton
In Etude No.2 we look at playing polyrhythms within fingerpicking patterns. This is part two in a series of etudes.
Inspired by Brett Garsed's unique compositional style and melodies.
A song in the style of Norman Brown, No. 1 smooth jazz radio hits guitarist and singer.
A song in the style of Chuck Loeb, American jazz composer and guitarist.
Let's look at building phrases with a strong melodic core. Very cool writing exercise.
A song in the style of acoustic Larry Carlton.
In this lesson you'll find some ideas of jazz phrasing over a funk/groove backing track. A good way to develop and improve your musical vocabulary.
Rhythm patterns for your right hand suitable for Bolero and Cha-cha-cha
Improve your phrasing by learning some fusion licks using the C mixolydian mode.
Phrasing over minor 9/maj progressions.
Chowy's approach to Walking Jazz Guitar.
We'll study the seven arpeggios found in the scale of G Dorian. The concept is very simple.
Ideas and concepts about arpeggios phrasing : How to create some interesting and meaningful lines using arpeggios and triads.
Uses the Dorian scale in the key of A with some added chromatic notes to create a jazzy bebop type of improvisation. Using chromatic notes can expand your playing in a fabulous way.