Ed Bickert Interviews

Ed Bickert - great jazz guitarist

Part 1 – Japan, Donuts and Plucking Like a Jazz Guitar Great Canadian jazz guitarist Ed Bickert is a living legend. A series of fourteen short clips (from closed-doors interviews with Jeff Bickert) were published on Vimeo in 2014. Yours truly, the author of the post and the webmaster on JazzGuitarLessons.net, recently stumbled upon them and …

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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 …

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7 Steps (You’re Probably NOT Taking) to Learning Jazz Standards for Jazz Guitarists

Learn Jazz Standards

Let’s be honest: you probably don’t know enough Jazz Guitar Standards tunes to jam with a  fellow jazz musician for an hour. And the problem might simply be that you are not taking the necessary steps to really learn the tunes in question. Good news: you’re not alone! 🙂 In the midst of teaching, coaching and creating …

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The Time it Took

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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 …

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