Jazz guitar can be a challenging style of music to learn. As guitarists we are often more comfortable playing scales rather than the true building blocks of jazz solos; arpeggios, so it can be difficult for us to emulate and build authentic bebop language.
- Learn and Musically Apply Jazz Guitar Arpeggios to the 13 Most Important Chord Progressions in Jazz
There are many different bebop chord progressions, but in essence they can be broken down into just thirteen simple structures. Jazz Guitar Chord Tone Soloing teaches you to how to use arpeggios, extensions, chromatic ideas and substitutions over each of the thirteen essential jazz sequences, and how to combine these building blocks into authentic, melodic solos.
Each progression is approached both logically and methodically to build articulate guitar solos from the fundamental principles of jazz guitar. By applying arpeggio-based techniques, and learning to decorate your solos with chromatic ideas, you will quickly learn how to ‘play the changes’ in a musical and creative way.
Jazz Guitar Chord Tone Soloing helps you build an articulate jazz language around the most important sequences in jazz.