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Bluesy jazz guitar chords

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Bluesy jazz chords, or jazzy blues chords?
Ways to play blues with more variation in chording - a more jazzy style of playing rhythm guitar over a blues. In the key of A, but practice it in other keys too.

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david lemont said...

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Ashuraman said...

very cool one

Comment added on September 15, 2010
jason said...

Hey, just stumbled onto your videos via "you tube". I like your approach to basic theory! I will be exploring much of your site. I've always held back on the concepts of theory however, having seen a lot of people blow past me, I realize the need for it!

Comment added on February 19, 2009
Shannon said...

Can you put up the tabs for the chords you are playing? You explain the first 2 well but on the third one (Em)and thereafter I am a bit confused! Thanks

Comment added on December 18, 2008
emilio said...

very nice and clear video i was looking for this from ages and seems like you can also jazzy up with some mixolydian scale!
Thank you

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Robert said...

Thanks, Mark! I truly appreciate hearing you say that. I am glad I could help in some way.

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Mark Osborn said...

I enjoyed your guitar video instruction. You are very clear and easy to follow in the videos. Your verbal explainations are easy and concise. I the videos you have that relaxed and unique talent to communicate with your students. I am a beginer guitarist. I have 5 months experience (actual accrued playing time). I thought it must have been important to know everything on music theory before I really wanted to mess around with the guitar. It was quite like that but my emotional desires were concreted with ergent priority with the books. Oh, ...I needed every guitar book in the land. I have been teaching myself when I have time. Summary: I have read and studies many guitar books and have been to many websites. You are by far TOP PAGE!

Comment added on July 07, 2008
Mike Wiseman said...

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Comment added on May 25, 2008

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New Course - Comping with Triads -

Learn 6 common chord progressions.
"You are simply the best teacher on the internet. Always cool, explain things well, and relevant stuff for beginners to advanced players. Even my kids are into your lessons now!"

I was chosen as the 2013 Next Top Guitar Instructor at Truefire!