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.
A groovy fusion tune that combines Rock attitude with some jazzy elements
Second installment of the Phrase Displacement exercises
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.