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Monday
Jan142013

Jazz Guitar Lesson #2: Jazz Guitar Chords

It's 2013 and it's the year of epic guitar! 

To help more guitarists, there will be weekly free guitar lessons posted on the site. These lessons will include:

  • A Video Lesson
  • Audio MP3 Version of the Lesson
  • FREE Downloadable PDF with notated examples & TAB

Every month will alternate between:
1) Jazz guitar
2) Fingerstyle guitar
3) Beginner guitar   

January 2013 is jazz guitar month! The focus will be to help aspiring jazz guitarists learn their craft better. 

If you'd like more tips before next week's lesson, check out my Jazz Guitar 101 page here: http://www.azsamad.com/jazzguitar101

If you missed last week's lesson on walking bass, check it out here:
http://www.azsamad.com/jazz1

Here's the 2nd lesson. Enjoy! 

Audio Version:
 

[Click here to download the 'Jazz Guitar Chords' PDF File]
[Click here to download the 'Jazz Guitar Chords' PDF File]

[Additional Resources]

Jazz Guitar 101: http://www.azsamad.com/jazzguitar101
[Blog Post with PDF] [15 Jazz Guitar Chords You Must Know]

If you missed last week's lesson on walking bass, check it out here:
http://www.azsamad.com/jazz1

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[ACTION STEPS] How can you learn this better?

1) Learn to play the chords on the beat
2) Play the chords in different keys
3) Play the chords with different rhythms & strumming patterns
4) Use the chord shapes in different songs 
5) Write your own songs using some of the chords 

Other songs to check out:
Stella By Starlight
Have You Met Miss Jones
Beautiful Love
The Days Of Wine and Roses
Fly Me To The Moon  

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