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++Instruction in Jazz Guitar For Pickers and Rockers - $35 (You can already play pentatonic--time to expand)

Jazz Guitar Lessons For Rockers and Pickers (live, zoom, or mix them up)

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Learn how to play over chord changes regardless of the style of music with a well educated and well-known /LA/NYC/Nashville guitarist with numerous gold and platinum artist credits and top education: joeysixstrings.com show contact info six one five, nine two two, eight zero three zero.
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Are you playing the same solo over and over again? Are your solos life less? Do you get the right chords and voicings when you learn a song? Do you know what key you are playing? Do you recognize that a lot of songs change key (a simplistic example: Jimi Hendrix's Little Wing)? It's not about playing jazz ( I am a rocker with a lot of household name rockstar live and recording credits). It's about playing guitar.
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1. Beginner
Learning ii-V-I Progressions while playing real songs
2 Note Comping Voicings (3rds And 7ths)
3 Note Comping Voicings (Root, 3rds And 7ths)
Learning Jazz Standards
Developing A Strong Rhythm (Comping/Swing Feel)
Learning To Play In Different Times (5/4, 7/4, 6/8, 7/8, Etc)
Major/Minor Pentatonic Scales
Blues Scales
Major Scale Positions
Arpeggios (Major, Minor, Dominant, Diminished, Half-Diminished, Etc)
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2.Intermediate
Study Of Intervals
Study Of 7th Chords (Major 7th, Minor 7th, Dominant 7th, Etc)
Major Modes (Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian, Locrian)
Analysis Of Solos And Compositions From Great Jazz Musicians (Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Etc)
Learn To Play Any Song In Any Key (Transposing)
Learning To Transcribe (Songs, Solos, Phrases)
Developing A Jazz Repertoire (Songs Essential For Every Jazz Guitarist)
Exploration Of Mode/Chord Scale Relationship
Learn To Train Your Ear For Developing Soloing Over Straight Ahead And Advanced Chord Changes
Approach Tones
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3. Advanced
Modes Of The Melodic Minor Scale
Modes Of The Harmonic Minor Scale
The Dominant Bebop Scale
The Uses Of Space And Rhythm In Improvisation
Learning The Diminished Scale (Whole-Half And Half-Whole Diminished Scale)
Analysis Of Contemporary Jazz Guitarists (Pat Metheny, Mike Stern, Kurt Rosenwinkel, John Scofield, Etc)
Examine Blues In Jazz (Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Wes Montgomery, Etc)
Study Of Non-Functional Harmony
Study Of Common Chord Progressions Used For Improvisation
Transcribing And Memorizing Important Solos And Phrases

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