Jazz Guitar Techniques • 4m 54s
If you're not a jazz player, fear not! Here is a simple way to take chords you're already very familiar with and imbue them with the ancient sound of jazz. While this method may be old hat for more experienced players, the underlying foundation of these shapes will translate into many areas of your musicianship. Once you have these root-third-seventh voicings under your fingers, you’ll be ripping through jazz changes with ease.
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