Pop Jazz Soloing

author: Creative Guitar date: 05/31/2012 category: soloing
rating: 6.8 / votes: 4 
Pop Jazz Soloing
Soloing problems over the chord changes found in pop jazz music are generally difficult for guitarists because of two reasons. #1, a lack of knowledge surrounding how to properly analyze chord progressions. #2, a lack of overall skill at applying the; modes, and the Ma & Mi pentatonic scales. In the video lesson I focus on this issue by covering one of the primary harmonic ideas that pop jazz commonly applies into it's chord progressions, "Modal Interchange." I also give several examples of licks that can work well when learning how to play over this style. Be sure to visit my website to download the free handout & MP3 Jam-Track.
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