There will never be another you - Jazz guitar improvisation
- By Stef Ramin
- On 06/01/2017
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Jazz guitar improvisation on the jazz standard "There will never be another you" (64 bars)
This jazz guitar comping lesson provides you different ideas using drop 2, inverted and extended chords to apply to "there will never be another you"
This jazz guitar lesson is about 12 scales that can be played over dominant 7th chords. Charts, theory, analysis, jazz improvisation for guitar.
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Analysis referring to the real book and guitar chord melody arrangement of the jazz standard misty by Erroll Garner.
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