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THE 7 GOLDEN RULES OF JAZZ GUITAR COMPING

Jazz Guitar Improve

The Jazz Guitar Comping Toolkitcontains everything you could
want to know about learning how to progress in Jazz Chords and Rhythms.

BONUS: Video Training
Get started right away: let your jazz guitar teacher walk you through all lessons in the eBook in a few minutes. Grab your guitar and play!

CH. 1: SHELL VOICINGS

CH. 1: SHELL VOICINGS
Shell Voicings are a very important tool for jazz guitarists. These voicings are the basics of comping.

CH. 2: RHYTHM - TAKE ONE

CH. 2: RHYTHM - TAKE ONE
“Four On The Floor”. Once you have the Shell Voicings under your fingers, you need to add some rhythm into the mix.

CH. 3: SHELLS FOR II-V-I

CH. 3: SHELLS FOR II-V-I
Expand your range of jazz guitar comping options to include the II-V-I by learning the six Shell Voicings in this chapter.

CH. 4: RHYTHM - TAKE TWO

CH. 4: RHYTHM - TAKE TWO
The “Charleston” is an often-used rhythm in jazz and many other styles of music. Once you learn it, you’ll probably begin to hear it every time you listen to music!

CH. 5: EXTENDING THE SHELLS

CH. 5: EXTENDING THE SHELLS
Virtually all athletes and high-level performers have some sort of “pre-game ritual”. Let's make sure you have one as well that gets you in the "zone".

CH. 6: RHYTHM - TAKE THREE

CH. 6: RHYTHM - TAKE THREE
Rhythms Take 3: Half Notes . Another solid rhythm you can add to your comping arsenal is the half note. A very accessible rhythm, the half note provides for a buffet of new ideas.

CH. 7: MINOR CONSIDERATIONS

CH. 7: "MINOR" CONSIDERATIONS
Basic Chord Shapes (Minor). When you are playing in minor keys, you can most certainly use the basic Shell Voicings you’ve learned.

The Most Important Jazz Guitar Comping Tips

The method used in this E-Book makes sure that you can immediately apply these ideas to your own playing and practicing. There are many more lessons, courses, videos, sheet music exercises (and more!) that will also help your jazz chording abilities.

Guaranteed Your Comping Skills Will Soar!

Many beginner and intermediate players alike practice jazz chords like they’re trying to memorize that entire GIANT chord book. Given the enormity of the task, results are often disappointing. What you need are simple building blocks of jazz harmony and comping. You’ll soon start creating your own comping masterpieces.

A Word From The Author

A Word From The Author

“I’m your 'real' teacher: Marc-Andre Seguin, a Canadian thirty-something jazzer, teacher and composer at times.

I wrote this e-book with you in mind so you can learn how to play jazz guitar to achieve greater levels of confidence and expression on this wonderful instrument.”

Honestly, I can’t think of a clearer and easier fast-track to becoming a confident jazz improviser.. 

Marc-Andre Seguin