Grant Green jazz guitar lessons | Youtube playlist
- By Stef Ramin
- On 13/11/2015
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Grant Green is surely one of the most important jazz guitar player. His guitar playing was influenced by blues, rythm'n blues and bebop music. He is reknowed for his clear sound using the most of the time is Gibson ES 330 with P90 pickups plugged into Fender amps. He used a lot diminished arpeggio over VI-II-V-I chord progressions. I advise you to listen to "n°1 Green street " or "Blues for Willaren" to hear this clear sound and understand how he used these arpeggios.
You can also take a look at the Grant Stand' s guitar solo analysis.
Here is the Grant Green jazz licks youtube playlist
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This youtube video is about 20 jazz guitar licks with tabs. Minor, major dominant 7th, II-V-I licks, Charlie Christian and John Scofield transcriptions.
How to play a diminished arpeggio, harmonic minor and altered scale in the style of Grant Green. Jazz guitar lesson and solo transcription with tabs.
In this jazz guitar lesson with tabs we will see how to play a minor seven arpeggio over a major seven chord.
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