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Making The Changes - Translating the Jazz Language on Guitar

March 27, 2007 Wednesday 8 PM
Jake Langley
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Join Jake for his first Mike's Master Class, "Making the Changes - Tanslating the Jazz Language on Guitar".  Jake will cover substitute chanes, inside/outside playing and chromatics.  This class is 2 hours long.

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Average customer rating:
5 stars Total votes: 8


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Customer Reviews:

Wai  (Tuesday, 18 August 2015)
Rating: 5
The best and the most practical approach I've even seen. Part I is about how to create long jazz lines by connecting target tone with embellishment note, plus the concept of 4 note cell is already worth the price. Part II is all about substitution, a little bit too difficult for me, but very intuitive and inspiring.

woody loudermilk  (Friday, 07 May 2010)
Rating: 5
Please make more video's like this!!, with more exercises and ideas of how to practice such as connecting the dots.

Sandro Norton  (Friday, 30 October 2009)
Rating: 5
Great lesson from Jake. He´s a great player, and teacher. The great thing about his lesson he goes straight to the point in a very simple way, very easy to understand. This lesson is very inspiring.

Spencer Goh  (Monday, 09 February 2009)
Rating: 5
Jake confirms what Hal Galper said in his xcellent book "FORWARD MOTION" on targettin chordal notes on 1 n 3 beat of e bar to create nice lines in your solo...He solved e mystery of playin over a static Cmi7 by injectin a dose of "wat u hear Harmonically for e moment"..dats wat George Benson xplain in his DVD..PAR XCELLENT...GREAT JOB....

Matthew Warnock  (Wednesday, 27 June 2007)
Rating: 5
Jake is a great player and an excellent teacher. He takes the material, which can be quite complex, and breaks it down to manageable chunks. I have been playing jazz for 12 years and I still found many, many things in this class that I enjoyed and learned from. Check it out!



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