- Triads and Seventh Chords of the Melodic Minor Scale
Triads and Seventh Chords of the Melodic Minor Scale 5Excellent exploration of how the chords of the melodic minor scale can have practical use and pleasing sounds.
Dane ClarkeOut of Nowhere Masterclass
Whew! So much there. 5Wow, I just finished watching Jake's Out of Nowhere lesson. I loved this lesson and love Jake's practical and real world teaching style. I also love how teaches concepts and shows you clearly and slowly how to execute them. Please do MORE Jake lessons teaching more standards like this! Repetition of some of the concepts taught here is fine since seeming them applied in different ways and different standards is what makes them useful and helpful. Great job, Jake!
Steven MooreThe Minor Major 7th Arpeggio
minor major 7th 5Great class as always with Juampy. TONS of information. This is a valuable addition to the John Stowell Melodic Minor classes.
James S.Blues: A Modern Jazz Guitar Approach – Part II
5Both Vol.1 and 2 are amazing courses, comprehensive, and packed with information. Staying away from cliches, Tom instead uses the blues form to show how modern harmony works and how the blues can support a completely contemporary sensibility. There's enough information to set a person up for a year...
peter watrousGreen Dolphin Street – Changes, Voicings and Lines
5This is an INCREDIBLE Study of a Tune........I have never seen anything this comprehensive anywhere on the Internet, Ever! There is so much valuable, useable material in this 1 hr. lesson it is unreal......... There are plenty of both Chord Melody and Single line soloing examples that of course is transferable to other songs........ Plus a Bonus video segment near the end on SPECIFICALLY how to use guide tone lines while connecting all the 2-5s in the C Section........ This is a Must Have........
Ray KingJazz Guitar Comping & Looper Pedal Basics
Randys Looper & Comping Course 5Another Hit For Randy !! Incredibly Well Explained and packed with GREAT Info on Comping. and using a looper pedal...........After some nice comping examples, Randy Plays a Lot Of Choruses of single line soloing over his comping loop, which is an F Blues. Very Tasteful Licks , well worth learning. QUESTIONS: Randy, how specifically do you use the looper on a solo guitar gig? My guess would be that you play the melody first and accompany yourself without the looper. Then You turn on the looper & play chords only for one full chorus. Then You solo over the loop that you just made............ Then maybe you go back and play the melody with the looper.......... Then turn off the looper and do a tag ending or any ending that you choose........ Look forward to hearing how do do do you do actually do it! Thanks, Bob B.
Ray KingAdvanced Harmony for the Jazz Guitarist
Beautiful Chords (Finger Busters:) 5Thx Roni! Very cool sounds. This is the next stage past knowing all of your 7th chord inversions. It really does give you some colorful and tense sounding chords...especially on the guitar. I think there are several years of study in this course alone!!!
George ColeJazz Guitar Comping & Looper Pedal Basics
Another great video 5Another great course by Randy. Randy is a real pro and I find that anything he teaches is worth listening to and practicing. He is a great teacher, concise and to the point and breaks things down into small logical bits of information.
Robert MinchinGuide Tone Lines: Soloing on a “Bird” Blues
Terrific - LOTS of information that will keep you busy for years 5There is a lot of great material in this lesson, and you will be able to use it not only over a Bird Blues but anywhere in your repertoire. Steve is very melodic soloist and the guide tone line ideas he presents here will really help you develop a flow to your melodic improvisation. Very highly recommended class.
David TardioGoing For Baroque Part III
Going For Baroque III 5Another great class by Steve that I will be able to incorporate into my playing thanks to his clear explanations!!
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