In this Master Class I teach how to comp in a vast array of different group settings, including duos, trios, quartet, solo guitar and auto comping concepts. You will learn guide chords, guide tones, quartal harmony, chords without bass, inversions, and many advices to get better in the art of comping, where listening is the key.
There are no formulas for better comping, but you have to know the rules, vocabulary, and tips to begin to be a good comper. Some licks performed in this class belong to greats like Jim Hall, Bill Frisell, Lenny Breau, Ed Bickert, Freddie Greene, Jimmy Wyble and more. I hope you will join me in becoming a better comper.
I really enjoy trying to get better in this lost art, where listening and experiencing are a must. Any good player needs be good at comping, not only soloing. The more you know about chordal theory, the more you can use these ideas for composition and arranging.
Thanks for listen and watching!
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