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Here´s some cool chord voicing for ending a jazz standard!
Hope you like it…
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Thanks for the common tone lesson – when does one differentiate between a #11 and a b5?
Is it related to the order of the notes in the particular voicing?
Sweet , subtle, smooth and simple in both sound and explanation , Many thanks
..thanks for the great sounding chords+ the way its explained is really easy…your the best ,keep them coming…billy d
Thank you for lesson. This is more of what I’ve been looking for. You’ve peeked my interest. Looking forward to seeing if you are offering what I’m interested in learning.
Thank you at a time like this it helped me , took me while to get the chords to feel more comfortable, hope I can get the tabs sent for them.
What beautiful chords and so well presented! Thank you very much for that!
A new challenge for me! With only 3 fingers to work the fretboard with I have to figure a way to play these. Hey! I saw a guy on t.v. playing with his feet. I can do this!
Respect……thats all i gotta say!!! u play guitar with theree fingers
Phil You Give Me Strength, I find My Self Complaining About The Arthritis I Have In My Hands And Joints. Here You Are Playing With 3 Fingers. I Must Say Though I Have Played For Over Fifty Years I Still Am Learning Play On Bob
I appreciate to be able to learn these chords they are very interesting. and they sound good they make sense
I am a guitarist playing for a long time since when I am interested in learning jzz I went through several books etc could you pls tell me how to fix a chord in jazz music for guitar. kindly let me know the theory in jazz.
even though I am not into jazz – that was a great lesson on endings – it never hurts to learn something new
Gracias por tus lecciones y tu tiempo.God bless you. Amen!!!!’
Thanks for the lessons!It is totally awesome!!!
This is amazing!
learn more of this style its good
Hi I very appreciate that lesson. thank you so much. can you tell what does that mean chord progression6?
I have an old Gibson like the one you are playing in the vidio. I inherited it from my father. Like the lesson. thanks
you said that the common tone is F in the begining….at the end you say its not in the last chord “because we’ve resolved to Fmaj7….im confused….how can f not be in f maj7?
Jazz is an expressive form of music. The chords you presented are very expressive and are pleasing to the ear. By all means please continue these beautiful lessons.
Lovely send me free videos pls.
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Ron Aug 21, 2014
Very nice blues lick. thanks, Claude
DeeRay Garcia Aug 21, 2014
Nice lick I heard it on Merle Haggards album "working in Tennessee Reggy Young
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