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Olav Torvund's Guitar Blog http://guitarblog.torvund.net Backing Tracks are back on track I have reestablished the Backing Tracks section . The backing tracks have been there all the time, but they have only been included under the various chord progressions . Welcome to my guitar site
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Introducing Some Jazz Guitar Chords - Part 2 In the previous lesson we started off with a simple C - Am - Dm - G7 chord sequence and changed all the minor chords into dominant 7th chords to arrive at this progression:
Modes are basically scales that are derived from the major scale.
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What is a Sus 4 Chord and How is it Played on Guitar? | Guitar Accelerator Blog: Play Guitar - Electric and Acoustic Guitar LessonsYou’ve probably seen the chord symbol D sus 4 in many popular guitar songs. But what does this really mean?
When learning how to play jazz guitar, one of the things that many players want to explore and get under their fingers is walking basslines.
Trying to find how to play a particular guitar chord? Check out this library of guitar chords, and click the appropriate link to see an illustration for that guitar chord. If you don't understand how to interpret the chords shown, be sure to read How to Read Guitar Chord Charts .
When learning how to play jazz guitar, one of the most important chord progressions you can spend time practicing room is the “turnaround.”
Photo by John W. Tuggle If I have to name two things that took my guitar playing to the next level I would say music theory and memorizing the fingerboard.
If you live anywhere but Spain , you might think of the flamenco guitar as a solo instrument. Popular recordings from artists such Paco de Lucía, Vicente Amigo, Gerardo Nuñez or, in an earlier generation, Sabicas or Carlos Montoya, or from flamenco-inspired artists such as Strunz and Farah or Ottmar Liebert feature the guitar either as a solo instrument or as a lead instrument floating on top of rhythmic instruments. However the primary role of the guitar in flamenco is as an accompanist, The guitarist's first job is to follow and support the singer and/or dancer. A good flamenco guitarist is more like a faithful workhorse than a show pony.