Guitar ResourcesIn this lesson you learn how to take chords, scales, and other devices and turn them into jazz guitar lines and comping patterns. For example, over Cmaj7, as in the notation below, you start with the tonic, Cmaj7, and you divide the octave from C-C in half, which gives you the note F#. Then, you harmonize that second note with the same chord quality as the tonic, F#maj7, and you alternate between these two chords in your lines.
Dewa Budjana, Indonesian iconic guitar legend of Balinese ethnic heritage, is releasing his 3rd album ( his 7th solo effort on his parallel jazz- fusion career) on MoonJune Records; the New York City' s independent label of progressive music that explores boundaries of jazz, rock, avant- garde, ethno & the unknown.
I take you through my thought process and discuss every single scale that I use within the example solos The solos themselves include an awesome array of tasty licks, lines and techniques that you can digest and incorporate into your own playing and contain a wide variety of scales such as modal and altered pentatonics, melodic minor modes and diminished scales.
Though this approach will seem tricky at first, once you get it down it can really open up the neck for you, as well as give you a plethora of options when it comes to adding slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs to your lines and phrases, in the style of players such as Allan Holdsworth and Kurt Rosenwinkel.
Jay specializes in teaching classical, fingerstyle and beginning guitar, and enjoys working with students of all ages on what they want to learn, constanly finding meaningful ways to relate the music being studied to core principles of guitar playing and music making.
Here you've dropped the root note from each of the chords in the progression. If you've ever wondered how to take your chords and make them hipper, then studying jazz-funk rhythm guitar may be the answer you're looking for. The 3rd bar motif is similar to the 1st bar but with other tones played that´s called sequence playing or playing with rhythmic motifs.
The package includes a full PDF of everything covered in the Video, with all transcription and picking patterns notated as well as 17 backing tracks and also Guitar Pro hybrid picking fusion licks files for each example. This lessons shows you how to make your solos more interesting by using chromatic notes and sidestepping in order to create tension and release.
The maestro of baroque music on the electric guitar. Rock Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 1 (Mp3 Tab And Backing Track)(1).zip. After you work this exercise over the written notes, you can add passing notes to any other note that fits these chords in your playing.
In the last two bars he´s using the F major scale and the last tone is a bluesy minor 7th in the key of F. As a performer, Jerry is equally comfortable playing electric guitar, acoustic guitar or resonator guitar. This track features a jazzier vibe than Jackson's other recordings and features some of the chords you're going to look at in today's article.
Two Chords Two Keys: A simple progression (D Min7 to D Maj7) with a focus on using chord tones to alternate between major and minor keys using triads and chord shapes to stay "inside" the keys resolve the changes. From big band swing, to bebop guitar, to jazz fusion.
Example 3 is a phrase with a higher difficulty level, mainly because it combines 32nd notes and 16th note triplets with a stream of 16th notes, but also because it uses a lot of chromaticism and chromatic approaches. Our backing tracks provide a wide variety of tracks from different genres of music, and serves as a great learning tool.