Best exercise for jazz guitar chord solos! - Brain and fingers!

Published on 23 November 2021
Chord solos have been a part of the Jazz Guitar skill set since the 50's and 60's when players like Joe Pass and Wes Montgomery used it in their music. A Chord solo is a harmonized melody line, so you don't only improvise a melody, you also harmonize it by adding chords to it. This might seem a little scary to start working on, but if what you want to work on is harmonising melodies. One of the simplest melodies you can harmonize is a scale, so in this lesson I will take an F major scale and show you how you can harmonize it with both some chords and some progressions. This is how to learn to play Chord Solos Videos: Support me on Patreon: DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: More videos on Chord Solos: You can download a PDF and read the article on my blog via this link: If you like the video then please subscribe to stay up to date with new lessons. I publish a new lesson every Thursday! My name is Jens Larsen, Danish Jazz Guitarist, and Educator. The videos on this channel will help you explore and enjoy Jazz. Some of it is how to play jazz guitar, but other videos are more on Music Theory like Jazz Chords or advice on how to practice and learn Jazz, on guitar or any other instrument. The videos are mostly jazz guitar lessons, but also music theory, analysis of songs and videos on jazz guitars. Edited by Luciano Poli - Business Inquiries: [email protected] Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: My Book: Modern Jazz Guitar Concepts: My Gear: Music Notation: Clip-on Tuner: Great Safe Gigbag: SonoCore Strings: 13-53 Powered Monitor: Headphones: Audio Interface: Camera: Lense 1: Lense 2: Video Lights: Video Lights:

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