3 Quick Jazz Fusion Licks
Jazz Guitar Techniques • 1m 56s
Fusion usually means fusing two genres together to form one super genre. These licks are primarily jazz fused with R&B fused with rock fused with awesome. Before I experimented with fusion guitar playing, I always thought of each chord change as requiring its own chord scale, rather than trying to blend or "fuse" the notes to yield a more cohesive and natural sound.
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