Learning Path: Coming Soon!

The JazzGuitarLessons.net Learning Path is coming soon… But now, I have a little favor to ask you … If you would find such a learning path page useful on JazzGuitarLessons.net, please write an email to admin@jazzguitarlessons.net (with the words Learning Path in the subject line) to let us know: What you’d want a learning path to look and feel like; If you have seen examples on the web you can forward … [Click Here to Read more]

2016: A Year in Review

2016: A Year in Review

Our plan for the website before getting to work this past year was pretty straightforward: let’s just do more of the same! That meant publishing more great blog posts, more video-lessons and more podcasts. In addition, we aimed each month to produce brand new premium (paid) content in the store. By the way, notice how the “I” just turned to “we” at the beginning of … [Click Here to Read more]

The Jazz Guitar Comping Video Lesson of Your Dreams

The Jazz Guitar Comping Video Lesson of Your Dreams

Oh yeah! This is exciting. Time for  the jazz guitar comping video lesson of your dreams.  No kidding! The Gist of It Problem: jazz guitar apprentice is seeking to get better at jazz guitar comping Solution: first reflex is to try and learn more jazz guitar chord shapes. Which does not work, by the way … it leads to more confusion. Alternative: Learn to approach comping from a … [Click Here to Read more]

4 Effective Bebop Scales Fingerings

4 Effective Bebop Scales Fingerings

In this lesson we’ll be covering the essentials of bebop scales for jazz guitar. We’ll explore four useful, relevant and fun bebop scales fingerings. As a result, your playing will be enhanced by more jazz-like phrasing using several natural and flowing fingering patterns. Why Bebop Scales? Well, at some point in their development, jazz improvisers usually get tired of fitting the right scales over chords, like Dorian, Mixolydian, … [Click Here to Read more]

Jazz Guitar Vlog

Jazz Guitar Vlog

Getting started shooting shorter (more informal) videos, for your viewing pleasure. 🙂 This is what we call a vlog for video log. Note that the term blog comes from the (now defunct) web-log. So, below, you’ll find the JazzGuitarLessons.net vlog playlist. Don’t vomit just yet.   The Ressemblances Someone told me recently I looked like young Liam Neeson.   And a little while ago, someone mentioned I looked a … [Click Here to Read more]

2015: A Year in Review

2015: A Year in Review

Hey all! Marc-Andre Seguin here; nice to have you reading this post. This is the “year in review” for 2015 on JazzGuitarLessons.net … grab a nice cup of coffee and we’re set. 🙂 I hope you had a nice 2015. As the year is drawing to an end, I believe it’s a great time to recap on the things we’re proud of. For me, here, of course: all … [Click Here to Read more]

New Website, New Store

New Website, New Store

Here is it, finally! You are reading this from a brand new version of the classic JazzGuitarLessons.net website. Same content (lessons, articles, videos, tunes, etc.) but on a brand new look and feel. Mobile friendly (thank God!) … and now completely hosted by Pagely on WordPress. So this is now a blog incorporating all the old stuff. 🙂   … and the shop (finally) Also a … [Click Here to Read more]

The Time it Took

marcandreseguin - Time it Took

Review by John Serino Its Monday, its dark and it’s raining. I’m definitely staying in tonight. I’ve got a cup of Dark roast (still too hot to sip) and I’m having a good listen to a Jazz album i picked up over the summer. The name of the Album is “The Time it Took”, composed by Montreal based jazz guitarist Marc-Andre Seguin. I met M-A (Marc-Andre) … [Click Here to Read more]

About JazzGuitarLessons.net

” Wanna Learn Jazz Guitar for Real? “ Your search for relevant and free instructional material for jazz guitar stops right here! You just found the holy grail. Bookmark this website now, because you’ll be coming back often. The JazzGuitarLessons.net website hosts all the information you need to get started or take your jazz guitar playing to the next level. From the beginner looking for basic chord shapes, to the advanced … [Click Here to Read more]