Creator Spotlight - Jazz Guitar Lessons
This blog section is linked to "Jazz Guitar Lessons Facebook Group". This group allows jazz guitar teachers throughout the globe to present their lessons (transcriptions, exercises, licks, YouTube videos, blog articles and website links).
To be referenced in those pages, you must be a guitar teacher, offering relevant quality jazz guitar lessons and a member of the facebook group.
Lesson by George Dafnos
Here are somme ideas inspired by great jazz guitarists as Wes Montgomery ,George Benson on how to superimpose almost all the chord family degrees. This concept helps mapping the arpeggio combinations and listen different coloursounds above root ,subdominant or dominant families. After mastering all these, be sure to try making your own jazz lines and licks.
Lesson by Steve Down
Here is a transcription for guitar of So What by Miles Davis. This video lesson provides the tab of the main theme and the whole Miles Davis solo. A good introduction to modal playing on guitar thus showing how Miles Davis used the Dorian mode (D Dorian and Eb Dorian).
Lesson by Fabrizio Brusca
Oh, Lady Be Good by Lester Young is Second video from the chapter "Jazz Language And Improvisation Techniques Serie".
In this chapter, Fabrizio made a selection of some famous solos that show how jazz phrasing has been developped from 1925 until these days. Each video of the serie (organized in a chronological order) features a history of jazz masters that have contributed to the evolution of jazz.
These lines have been transposed on guitar trying to respect all the original instrument nuances and embellishments.
Lesson by Adam Hernandez (jamsville)
In this YouTube video lesson Adam shares the Top 7 habits that can help guitar players progress. Start implementing these advices and you will certainly be on your way to play guitar at a highest level:
Lesson by David Kennedy
This facebook post provides a YouTube video that details how to perform and compose on guitar with any polyrhythm. You will find a link to free resources, including the guitar score and tab in the video description.
Why exploring polyrhythm?
- It can deepen your understanding of rhythm and time signature.
- It’s a very useful tool for generating new rhythm ideas.
- It sounds really cool.
Don't hesitate go watch David's YouTube channel.
Lesson by Francesco Lo Castro (from the faceook group "Jazz Guitar Lessons")
This is an extract taken from the lesson 15 of the "Learning guitar series". This YouTube tutorial is a demonstration of how to practice all we have discussed in the first 15 lessons applied to the cycle of 4ths.
Hope you will enjoy it.
By Diego Wasserman,
This lesson provides 20 cool 2-5-1 jazz guitar licks by Julian Lage. Lines are played in at least 2 versions, included some melodic analysis.
Tabs are available for download following this link. If you like it, please support my work by sharing it, commenting on the youtube video and subscribing
By Edmundo Baez
Hey there, I leave you a video of an easy jazz guitar phrase with tab overlayed from the great jazz guitarist Tal farlow.
Lesson By Steve Down
I'm super excited to start my new lesson series on one of my favourites 'Midnight Blue' by Kenny Burrell. If you love blues and are looking to dip your toe into jazz then this is a great place to start! Have fun!
PART 1 This is a new series where we are learning the whole of Kenny Burrell's 'Midnight Blue' from his 1963 album of the same name. There will be a new lesson every Saturday where we will learn another chorus from this excellent tune! And there will be TAB on screen!
In this lesson we look at the head of Midnight Blue. The chords, the melody and some of the gear KENNY BURRELL used for the Midnight Blue recording sessions. Next week we will be looking at the first chorus from the solo!
Lesson by Pedro Velasco,
Here's number 7 from the Sound Bite series. Next one on Friday.
In this sound bite series I create short chord progressions and melodic motifs over common jazz chord changes. Check the transcription after the video.
For more sound bites and transcriptions,
go to my YouTube channel:
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