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Triste


September 12, 2017
Randy Johnston
Randy uses “Triste” as the basis for another practical, hands-on class on a standard, with a wealth of information. 
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Pedal Points Part 3: Inner-Voice Fretted Pedals


August 19, 2017
Steve Herberman
This masterclass explores the inner (or middle voice) pedal point designated to fretted notes 
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Comprovisation - The Missing Link


July 14, 2017
Jamie Taylor
Over the years as a teacher, the question I’ve probably been asked more than any other is: “What can I do to get more vocabulary into my solos?”. Meanwhile, another very common enquiry is: “What’s the most efficient way to go about transcribing? 
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Pedal Points Part 2: Inner Voice Open String Pedals


June 24, 2017
Steve Herberman
This masterclass will explore the inner (or middle voice) pedal point designated to open strings. Most often pedal points are employed either in the lowest or highest voice of a chord or chord progression. 
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II-V-I Motivic Phrases


June 14, 2017
Steve Herberman
This Master Class utilizes some useful tricks in aiding the guitarist in devising their own motivic II-V-I single note lines. Not only will the lines have a solid structure but the dominant sevenths will contain some spicy altered sounds. 
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Open String Concepts for Chords and Single Note Lines


June 6, 2017
Tom Lippincott
Most students first starting out on guitar will become familiar with the names of the six open strings right away. After learning a few “cowboy chords” and simple melodies, the player usually abandons open strings in favor of the higher positions.  
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Auto-Comping


April 13, 2017
Juampy Juarez
Auto-comping is a neologism that I use for a new technique that I've been developing  
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Beautiful Love


March 23, 2017
Randy Johnston
Randy uses “Beautiful Love” as the basis for another practical, hands-on class on a standard, with a wealth of information. 
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Harmonic Rhythm


March 16, 2017
Phil Robson
In this masterclass, Phil tackles the subject of harmonic rhythm. After a brief musical introduction based on the chord sequence of the classic standard Autumn Leaves, he goes on to explain that harmonic rhythm, in a jazz context, 
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Stella by Starllight - Changes, Voicings and Lines


February 10, 2017
Randy Johnston
Randy continues his series on jazz standards and takes you step by step through the chord changes to Stella by Starlight in this class.  
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Green Dolphin Street - Changes, Voicings and Lines


December 28, 2016
Randy Johnston
Randy takes you step by step through his thought process to select chord changes and voicings and construct solo lines on Green Dolphin Street. 
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Heads, You Win!


December 1, 2016
Jamie Taylor
Over many years of working with jazz guitar students, I’ve noticed that memorizing, retaining, and delivering standard song melodies is a very common area of weakness. 
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Pandiatonic Guitar


November 17, 2016
Juampy Juarez
Pandiatonic is a name penned by the great theorist and composer Nicolas Slonimsky (1894-1995).  
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8 Sets of Jazz Blues Changes


November 11, 2016
Randy Johnston
Randy Johnston takes you through 8 sets of Jazz Blues Changes and more in this class. One set at a time 
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The Diatonic Equation


October 2, 2016
Phil Robson
In this lesson Phil Begins by playing a piece of improvised music based entirely on the notes from the C major scale alone. After a short welcoming introduction and synopsis of what is to come, he then explains the thinking behind the piece of music as an 
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Making the Changes - Jamie Taylor's approach - Part 2


September 13, 2016
Jamie Taylor
After going to hear a recital of baroque music, I was reminded of the way that composers over the centuries made such harmonically beautiful music despite drawing on what, in jazz terms, could appear to be a rather limited palette of quite simple chords. 
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"Naima" - Exploring Modern Dominant 7's


September 10, 2016
Sheryl Bailey
This masterclass examines and explores the contemporary harmony found in the John Coltrane composition "Naima". 
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Melodic Minor Complete - Part II: Practical Application


August 2, 2016
Tom Lippincott
The ascending, or “jazz”, melodic minor scale is one of the most central and recognizable sounds in jazz. Late 19th and early 20th century composes like Debussy and Stravinsky used this sound 
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Melodic Minor Complete - Part I: Theory


August 1, 2016
Tom Lippincott
The ascending, or “jazz”, melodic minor scale is one of the most central and recognizable sounds in jazz. Late 19th and early 20th century composes like Debussy and Stravinsky used this sound 
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The Half Diminished Sound


May 5, 2016
Tom Lippincott
Half diminished (also known as minor seventh flat five) chords are a familiar structure to most jazz guitarists and occur in many, if not most, standards. 
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Useful Voicings


February 10, 2016
Paul Bollenback
Did you know that a 3 note chord voicing for F13 can also be used for B7#9, Ebmaj7b5, Cmin69 and Amin7b5?  
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Open String Clusters


December 28, 2015
Juampy Juarez
Maximizing open strings Hello dear student, In this video lesson I�m teaching my ideas on open string clusters 
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Pedal Points, Part 1: Lower Pedals


September 22, 2015
Steve Herberman
Lower pedal points can provide a great sense of suspense through harmonic tension. Commonly used for intros, endings, and interludes 
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Minor Line Concepts


September 10, 2015 Thursday
Jay Umble
In this class Jay not only demonstrates many minor 7th line ideas but goes beyond the typical lick format by sharing his personal approach to improvisation  
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Post Be-Bop Improv


August 23, 2015 Thursday
Juampy Juarez
In this video lesson I teach how to improvise with a real modern approach, a style I call Post-Bebop Improv.  
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The Diminished Scale: A Modern Jazz Guitar Approach - Part 2


August 12, 2015 Thursday
Tom Lippincott
The diminished scale is a musical structure that was used extensively in early twentieth-century classical music in the works of such composers as Stravinsky, Debussy, Ravel, Scriabin, and Bartok. 
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The Diminished Scale: A Modern Jazz Guitar Approach - Part 3


August 12, 2015 Thursday
Tom Lippincott
The diminished scale is a musical structure that was used extensively in early twentieth-century classical music in the works of such composers as Stravinsky, Debussy, Ravel, Scriabin, and Bartok.  
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The Diminished Scale: A Modern Jazz Guitar Approach - Part 1


August 12, 2015 Thursday
Tom Lippincott
The diminished scale is a musical structure that was used extensively in early twentieth-century classical music in the works of such composers as Stravinsky, Debussy, Ravel, Scriabin, and Bartok. 
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Making the Changes - Jamie Taylor's approach


June 28, 2015 Thursday
Jamie Taylor
After going to hear a recital of baroque music recently, I was reminded of the way that composers over the centuries made such harmonically beautiful 
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Quintal Arpeggios


April 30, 2015 Thursday
Juampy Juarez
The style of Joe Diorio, Jonathan Kreisberg and Frank Gambale  
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