Second installment of the Phrase Displacement exercises
Rhythmic divisions when soloing, Bluesy/Fusion up-tempo shuffle
In this lesson we take a look at using Blues phrasing in jazz fusion, Pentatonic and Dorian with a dash of chromaticism
Improve your Jazz Fusion vocabulary : let's talk about chromaticism and how to add some spice in your playing !
In this lesson we are going to take a look at a bebop jazz guitar technique called the enclosures and apply this cool concept to our jazz fusion phrasing.
Funk/Jazz-Fusion Style lesson ala Greg Howe with a brazilian touch on it!
A smooth 80's west coast tune with focus on a funky single note 16th rhythm pattern and a melodic Fusion solo in the style of Larry Carlton & Jay Graydon.
A bank of licks for you to use in the style of John Scofield, Mike Stern, and Tom Quayle.
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.