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Drop 2 Voicings For Guitar

ARE YOU CONFUSED BY DROP 2 VOICINGS FOR GUITAR? If you are serious about getting your chord playing and knowledge together, then it's absolutely imperative...
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Jazz Chords

Drop Two Voicings - So Much More Than Jazz chords The Drop Two Voicings Uncovered book is sometimes thought of as a chord book just...
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Five Must-Know Jazz Guitar Turnarounds

When learning how to play jazz guitar, one of the most important chord progressions you can spend time practicing room is the “turnaround.” Turnarounds often occur at the end of a tune, or a section of a tune, and they essentially are used to “turn the tune back around” to the top of the form or start of the next section. Hence the name.
Learn This Jazz Guitar Solo

Learn This Jazz Guitar Solo

WANT TO GET INTO JAZZ GUITAR? LEARN THIS JAZZ GUITAR SOLO! If you are interested in jazz guitar then why not try out this solo...

9th Chords Made Easy

As many of you readers begin to dig deeper into learning jazz guitar harmony and voicings, you'll undoubtedly come across various 9th chords, Maj9, m9, 9 etc., in your jazz-guitar explorations. Since these chords pop up time and again, it is important to have a variety of 9th chords under your fingers so that you can bring them into your comping, chord melody and chord soloing ideas when needed. But this doesn’t mean you have to learn a bunch of new chords. You can use previous knowledge to build great-sounding and authentic jazzy 9th chords.

Channel Allan Holdsworth with Four-Note-Per-String Scales

I often get asked about two topics: How to play in a modern style and how to break out of box patterns. Though these are two separate ideas, I often start by giving one answer: Check out four-note-per-string scales.
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