Here’s a quick breakdown for each of lick:
Lick 62: Jazz Blues Lick
This starts bluesily with the sweet major 6th and the deep sound ..
This is a continuation of last week’s lesson here.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s going on:
Sometimes when the harmony of a so..
Ronny Jordan sadly passed away a few years ago, but left in his wake a wonderful repertoire. Originally from London, UK, this cat became k..
John Scofield has played with some of the best musicians around, including Fusion pioneers Billy Cobham, George Duke, and Miles Davis. He’..
Some tasty rhythm playing for you this week. The first example is a modal Blues in G Major, generally sticking to the G7, C7, and D7 class..
This is a continuation of a lesson I did a few months ago, find it here.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what’s going on:
American Fusion master Bill Conners first came to prominence on Chick Corea’s Hymn To The Seventh Galaxy album and caused quite a stir. Bi..
Hey guys, with this week’s backing track you can play pretty simple blues ideas and the chords will make what you play sound a little more..
Kenny is a very accessible Jazz player, emphasising strong grooves and simple melodies. His style is heavily influenced by the Blues, and ..
Not only is George Benson a great singer, but he’s also a world class guitarist. Influenced by Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery, and Gran..