Play Like The Greats
This article contains 13 Pat Martino licks for jazz guitar. The task of learning all the notes on all the strings of the guitar can be a long process. Many notes on the guitar can be found in more than one place, in the same octave. As one of the instrumentâ€™s top players, Pat Martino also has a More >
In this lesson I will be showing how to solo over a jazz blues progression in the style of guitarists such as Kenny Burrell, Grant Green and Howard Roberts. Learning to improvise over the jazz blues progression is an essential part of learning how to play jazz guitar.
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Wes Montgomery is to jazz is what Jimi Hendrix was to rock and this lesson explains a few key ways that will help you play like Wes Montgomery. Hardly an obscure jazz guitarist, along with Charlie Christian and Django Wes is one of, or perhaps the greatest influence of jazz guitar.
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Regular readers of my website might recognize Billy Bean from theâ€™4 Obscure Jazz Guitarists You Need to Knowâ€™ article published last year. If you havenâ€™t read this article yet, you can find out about Billy Bean and 3 other lesser known jazz guitarists by clicking this link.
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As a follow up to the â€˜4 Obscure Jazz Guitarists You Need to Knowâ€™ article I published a few months ago I have decided to write an article on 4 great British jazz guitarists that international readers might not be aware of.
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When it comes to learning and playing jazz guitar there are certain players that are hardly obscure jazz guitarists and mentioned frequently for good reason.
Who better to start off this new instalment of the â€˜Play Like The Greatsâ€™ series than studying how to play guitar like Charlie Christian.
Along with Wes Montgomery and Django Reinhart, Christian is often considered one of the three biggest names of the jazz guitar world.
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