Your search for relevant (and free) instructional material for jazz guitar stops right here! You just found it.
This website hosts all the information to get started or take your jazz playing to the next level.
From the beginner looking for basic chord shapes, to the advanced improviser looking for specific concepts, you'll find something just for you on JazzGuitarLessons.net, including :
So, as I was saying: Your search for jazz guitar instructional material stops right here!
JazzGuitarLessons.net contains No generic articles and licks, no so-called "jazz guitar gurus" you've never heard of, no B.S. lessons
without any "meat" and no boring videos reposted everywhere online a million times.
And most of all : *please* NOformely illegal (ehm, pardon?) "Cryptic Ultra Secret Book of Jazz" and chord melody stuff from the jurassic era...
Simply genuine, quality jazz guitar instruction... ...taught by an actual pro jazz guitarist. For Free.
Lucky You! (-:
Improve Your Jazz Guitar Playing with a Real Teacher
Virtually everything found on JazzGuitarLessons.net is created (and maintained) by yours truly.
I'm your "real" teacher : Marc-Andre Seguin, a Montreal (Quebec, Canada) based jazz guitarist.
I graduated twice with music degrees from renowned music schools (classical and jazz) and have over a
decade of music teaching experience (including the last 3 years on Skype).
Most of all, I'm dedicated to the music, to this website and I have a passion for teaching and explaining stuff to others.
This is probably why this jazz guitar website is one of the most genuine and honest you'll find on the internet.
If you ever have a question, comment (or if you simply want to say "Hi"), please drop me a line!
I truly exist "for real" and it's always a pleasure to hear from you. Seriously.
First-time visitors : I urge you to consult the "Survival Guide" (aka "Start Here" articles). The amount of content can be daunting and this Guide will effectively direct you towards lessons that suit you.
If this is not your first visit, please use the table of content below or on the left (or you can even use the search box at the top).