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Lenny Breau Style: How to comp while soloing

September 20, 2006 Thursday Noon
Steve Herberman
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Breau's use of 2 and 3 note comping chords while he played melodies was a big leap forward for guitarists. Learn the techniques Lenny used to achieve this swinging jazz piano sound and play some of his favorite phrases and comping chords.

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Average customer rating:
5 stars Total votes: 2

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Customer Reviews:

Nico Sabatini  (Saturday, 21 March 2009)
Rating: 5
Another inspiring class from Steve. Packed with clear and musical examples and a practical approach that got me using this technique straight away. The benefits of this approach go well beyond the skill of accompanying yourself, as it is extremely useful for building voicings that, having 3 and 7 at the bottom, will support well any extension. This technique comes up time and time again in Steve's classes (and his playing), for example in his comping in 4/4 class, when he talks about building voicings 'on the fly' by adding to the 3&7 block. Highly recommended!

Lindsey Blair  (Friday, 18 April 2008)
Rating: 5
I was aware of the idea of voicing partial chords on the lower strings while soloing on the higher strings, but this class really got me started on using his concept RIGHT AWAY! What seemed nearly impossible is now a regular part of my playing style.


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