The Most Important Chord in Jazz
Jazz Guitar Techniques • 6m 49s
Whether you know it or not, you've probably already played a shape or two of the Drop 2 chord family. In this lesson, I'll show you how to construct any Drop 2 shape on the guitar neck with a simple formula. This lesson comes with tabs, so check them out below and incorporate these shapes into your repertoire.
Up Next in Jazz Guitar Techniques
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 yo...
6 Popular Jazz Progressions
When you think of jazz chord progressions, a few pop into mind, such as the ii-V-I cadence which *spoiler alert* is the first progression on my list. Other chord progressions that make the cut, however, are a bit more interesting and can provide a landscape for extremely creative guitar playing, ...
Learning Licks from Wes Montgomery
This Wes Montgomery lick is a great way to get the feel of jazz guitar, and what better way to do that than to emulate one of the best jazz guitarists to ever live?