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How to Play Solo Jazz Guitar:from Simple to Complex

June 29, 2014
Juampy Juarez
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In this new video lesson for the prestigious educative site I show you my investigations, ideas and experiences on solo Jazz guitar  from simple to complex, step by step. Take your time in this beautiful genre, and you will gain a lot!
New harmonies, chords and guitar harmonic understanding at a minimum, and the best thing of all is the fact that your guitar tone will begin to “resonate” because when you are alone in front of people, your guitar is your only voice, and it shall start to get stronger of course.
In the lesson, you will learn new voicings for your chord melodies, 2 line ideas,  how to improvise and comp at the same time, autocomping, intros and outros, modern harmony like quartal chords and clusters,  and overall concepts and advice for get better in this style. Standards, blues and bossa nova are covered here.
Best regards,
Juampy Juarez

This class if over an hour long and includes 12 pages of written material in standard notation and TAB.  

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