11 Blues Progressions For Jazz Guitar | PDF eBook and audio files | Chords, Comping & Walking-bass
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This printable PDF eBook contains 11 blues-jazz studies with tabs, analysis (with roman numerals), and audio files, divided into four chapters :
1-Blues progressions and variations
This first chapter is about six progressively difficult blues progressions. The purpose being to hear, play and understand the main blues progressions found in jazz by using three-note and four-note chords (drop 2 and drop 3 voicings).
The aim of this chapter is to make evolve the same blues-jazz progression using different chord voicings. (rootless, drop 2, drop 3, extended and inverted) through 3 studies.
3- Guitar walking-bass studies
This chapter is focused on a really cool comping technique which consists in linking chords together by using bass notes as a bass player would do. Two blues-jazz progressions are developed in it.
4 - Rhythm patterns
18 rhythm patterns to be used on the previous studies.
- 1 printable PDF eBook with 11 blues, jazz progressions with tabs, standard notation and analysis.
- 7 audio files (chord and guitar walking bass studies)
- 2 blues, jazz backing tracks (bass & drums). 120 & 160 BPM.
Topics covered in this eBook
- Basic 12 bar blues
- Turnaround variation
- II-V-I progressions
- Secondary dominant, passing diminished and turnaround
- Four-note chords
- Three-note chords
- II-V interpolations
- New-York changes a.k.a Bird blues
- Rootless chords
- Drop 2 chords
- Drop 3 chords
- Chord extensions
- Chord inversions
- Guitar walking-bass lines
- Rhythm patterns
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Last edited: 12/04/2018