Guitar Resources

In this lesson you learn how to take chords, scales, and other devices and turn them into jazz guitar lines and comping patterns. For example, over Cmaj7, as in the notation below, you start with the tonic, Cmaj7, and you divide the octave from C-C in half, which gives you the note F#. Then, you harmonize that second note with the same chord quality as the tonic, F#maj7, and you alternate between these two chords in your lines.
A recent review of Steve's Out Loud CD states that intelligent compositions and state of the art execution make this an exquisite album that every jazz and fusion guitar lover must have.” Another reviewer notes that the album shows a good variety of guitar styles that evoke lots of other jazz guitar greats without sounding quite like anything else.” Steve recently released a new CD titled There To Here that contains all original music and features some of Colorado's finest musicians.



He has performed at prestigious music festivals such as Montreux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, Playboy Jazz Festival, Tokyo Jazz Festival, Mt. Fuji Jazz, Java Jazz, Montreal Jazz Festival, Jazz a Vienne, Pori Jazz Festival, Juan le Pins, Malta Jazz Festival, Nice Jazz Festival, and countless others since 1982.
This approach allows you to outline each of the two chords, producing the inside-outside sound, while you work with only four notes on each chord, making it easier to switch between the two on the neck until you are more comfortable with this harmonic pairing.

I am an experienced teacher who has been teaching for a few years now whilst I study music in Southampton(specialising in jazz fusion guitar performance). Referring to the example that you gave (Tom Quayle), he is mostly playing inside, i.e. using the appropriate chord scale over the current chord.
Below is the basic chord shape that is used for those notes. The product also bridges the gap between solid bar (at rest product) and gel products (in motion product) which may cause confusion for consumers and may decrease the times when the bar can be consumed.
Here's a backing track and jazz chord progression to use in your studies. Here's a C major scale to practice with 16th notes. The lines starts in the key guitar diminished scale of Eb major (Ionian) and modulate to E minor aeolian. Jazz Guitar Lessons. It is absolutely forbidden to make audio or video recordings of the lessons.

The maestro of baroque music on the electric guitar. Rock Rock Guitar Made Easy Lesson 1 (Mp3 Tab And Backing Track)(1).zip. After you work this exercise over the written notes, you can add passing notes to any other note that fits these chords in your playing.
Colorado Springs Guitar Studio owner and guitar instructor Steve Langemo is a versatile electric and acoustic guitarist with a diverse background in jazz, rock, blues, funk, fusion, metal, pop, and classical music. The thing with Mike Sterns playing is among other things he´s rock energy mixed with the jazzy thinking of scales and tones.

Two Chords Two Keys: A simple progression (D Min7 to D Maj7) with a focus on using chord tones to alternate between major and minor keys using triads and chord shapes to stay "inside" the keys resolve the changes. From big band swing, to bebop guitar, to jazz fusion.
I'm always ‘stealing' other player's licks, chords, and phrasing. I do not pick every note when I play; I was never any good at it. If I want to play fast, I use legato style of playing, hammer-ons and pull-offs. _ In this lesson I discuss some of the scale and arpeggio choices that I make when playing over a static groove.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *