Jazz Guitar Licks Is A Website Providing Free And Paid Learning Material For Guitarists.
Here is the list of the printable PDF methods for guitarists available for download on Jazz Guitar Licks GUMROAD shop.
Mini guitar lessons are available as downloadable packages containing a printable PDF (tab/score, diagrams, analysis), a guitar pro file and a short HD video.
Everything you ever wanted to know about jazz guitar chords is here. How they are built, how to play them on guitar .
These guitar lessons with tab, charts, shapes, diagrams and practice tips give useful information on triads (major, minor, diminished, augmented,etc.), tetrads (seventh and sixth chords) , extended chords (9th, 11th, 13th) , altered chords, drop 2, 3 and 2-4 voicings, etc.
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You will find in these lessons the most important scales and modes that any jazz guitar player need to know such as diatonic scales, melodic minor, harmonic minor, harmonic major, melodic minor, symmetric, pentatonic, bebop, blues scales.
Each article contains charts, exercices, theoretical explanations and guitar diagrams.
Arpeggios are very used tools when improvising on chord changes because they easily outline the harmony of any jazz tune. They also have the advantage of being quite easy to learn and to play on guitar, that's the reason why beginners generally start to learn jazz improvisation using arpeggios.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of what you'll find on this website :
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Learning basic jazz patterns, essential licks or riffs and lines taken from improvised solos of the greatest jazz players can be very helpful to expand your jazz vocabulary.
This section offers some exercices with tab, standard notation, audio files and theory based on classic jazz lines transcibed from famous jazz musicians such as Wes Montgomery, Emily Remler, Kenny Burrell, George Benson, Miles Davis, Joe Pass, Pat Martino, John Scofield, Barney Kessel, Grant Green, Charlie Christian.
Last edited: 2022-05-14