Introduction to Jazz Guitar Chord Tone Soloing Jazz guitar soloing can be a complex affair, especially when it comes to chord tone soloing. In contrast to modern pop songs, jazz ‘standards’ often change key many times in the space of just one chorus. This level of harmonic complexity can force the soloist to navigate a…Read more
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The b9 Diminished Substitution in Jazz Guitar Soloing The previous lesson showed you how to add richness and colour to your jazz guitar lines by using arpeggio extensions and today we are going to be looking at how to add chromatic tensions using a diminished substitution on the dominant chord in the major ii V…Read more
Jazz Guitar Extended Arpeggios Soloing In this next lesson, we look at the concept of extended arpeggios when soloing over a Major ii V I chord progression. I would advise you to make sure that you have understood all the ideas in the previous lesson which you can find here. 3-9 Extended Arpeggios I would advise…Read more
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