In this lesson, the amazing virtuoso guitarist Joe Robinson teaches his song “The Boom-Chick Shuffle”! The song features some great techniques and ideas that will open up your fingerstyle playing and help you to level up as a guitarist. The lesson is filmed using two cameras so that you can see both hands clearly, and you also get accurate TABs and notation as well. Have fun!
In this 70 minute lesson, we will focus on 15 different JAZZ LINES. We will not only learn the licks, we will also learn what scales and arpeggios is used in all the examples.
You can find the I VI II V chord progression in almost every jazz standard out there! This is why we focus on learning how to play over those chord changes in this 73 minute lesson! TAB, notation and backing tracks is included! Here we go!
The minor II V I chord progression is one of the most common progressions in Jazz music. This is why we focus on learning how to play over those chord changes in this one hour lesson! TAB, notation and backing tracks is included! Let's get to work!
This is an in-depth TWO HOUR lesson on right techniques that will enable you to solo over fast tempo songs, and give you tools and inspiration for a lifetime!
In this lesson, we're focusing on different concepts that will help us become better improvisers in this style. How to use the major pentatonic scale over each chord, how to use the mixolydian mode over each chord, how and where to use chromatics, open string licks and more! Accurate TABs and notation for all the solos, licks and scales. You also get GREAT sounding backing tracks that you can use when practicing these concepts.
In this ONE HOUR lesson, we're focusing on the "Fingerstyle Blues"! The lesson is divided into three parts, and you'll learn three different versions and levels of the Fingerstyle Blues. The goal is to be able to blend the different versions and add your own ideas to the arrangements. You get clear explanations for every note in these arrangements, and you get TABs and notation as well! Let's play!
We're diving into Fingerstyle Jazz Comping, and you'll learn how to make your guitar sound like a whole rhythm section, playing the bass line, "piano" part and even some percussion - all at once!
In this almost two hour long video lesson, you'll learn everything you need to know about "Harp Harmonics"! We learn some amazing techniques and how to use them in context, and we also talk about altered chords, great progressions, diminished sounds and much more! You'll also get TABs for all the examples, licks and exercises!
The incredible Ariel Posen joins us for our new lesson "Introduction to Slide Guitar"! In this lesson you'll learn how to get started, and you'll get the foundation that will open up the door to the wonderful world of Slide Guitar. You'll get TAB/notation for every exercise and example. Let's SLIDE!
This lesson will help you to get out of the old habits when your soloing. Instead of getting stuck in the pentatonic scales, you'll be given the tools that enables you to add a lot of nice Jazz flavours to your Blues solos!
In this video, we focus on open string licks ans ideas that will help to make your solos more interesting! We're learning 40 different open string licks, and 2 guitar solos. The guitar solos demonstrates how you can utilize these licks in your own solos. You get accurate notation and TAB for all the examples and solos in this video, and you also get backing tracks!
"Rhythm Changes" is one of the most common progressions in Jazz music. The pattern is also one of the most common vehicles for improvisation, and in this lesson you'll learn some great lines and solos that will open up your Jazz improvisation!
Learn the wonderful rag time classic "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin! This Emil Ernebro arrangement has a bit of everything! It's fingerpicking, blues and jazz - all in one! You get TABs/notation for the song as well, and we added a camera with a close up view of the right hand!
Learn this wonderful and hauntingly beautiful fingerstyle arrangement of the iconic song "Visa från Utanmyra"! This Swedish classic has both some Jazz and Folk music in it, and it is a perfect song to add to your solo repertoire!