JAZZ UP YOUR BLUES
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Learning the basic concept of using alternative chords in jazz can be easier to learn in a Blues context if you are already familiar with playing blues. In this series we look at a couple of easy chord extensions you can incorporate in Blues and Jazz and introduce the concept of "The Arpeggiator" which is an essential jazz skill - using arpeggios to create lead lines instead of scales.
This series is good for people getting into jazz and those that just want to add a little jazz spice to their blues bag.
Jazz Up Your Blues 1
I still have to do notes for these, but i think the vid explains it pretty well for now...
Jazz Up Your Blues 2
A big part of Jazz is 'Making The Changes' and in this lesson I want to give you a taste and get you going over two chords; A7 and D7. Notes The two arpeggios th...
Jazz Up Your Blues 3
Once you know your arpeggios you have to learn to join them together, make the changes flow from one to the next... Notes The two arpeggios that you use in this ...