Play Better Jazz Guitar in 30 Days
As someone who has studied music most of my life, and spent the last 17 years studying jazz guitar, I know that it’s sometimes hard to find new material to work on, figure out where to go next in our learning path or just open our ears and minds to new ideas on the instrument.
Because of this, I decided to put together a little project, where each day for a whole month I will post a short lesson on a different topic, and throughout the month cover all of the jazz guitar basics such as chords, scales, triads, arpeggios, ear training, repertoire and the ever dreaded sight reading.
The goal of this project is to not only give you 30 days of material to practice, but hopefully these articles will open your ears and minds up to new possibilities on the instrument and provide hours, weeks or month of further practicing when the month is over.
Also, a few of these items will be difficult for some of us to do, like sight reading or singing harmony, but don’t let that deter you. The things that are hardest to work on are usually the most beneficial to our playing, so stick with it even when you feel you can’t do something right away, or after more than a few tries. The effort will be worth it in the long run.
Each day a new article will be posted and linked to this page, if you don’t want to wait around for it to show up, usually around 9am EST, you can subscribe to my RSS Feed or follow me on Facebook or Twitter, to catch each article as soon as they go live.
This has been a fun project to put together so I hope you enjoy working through it as much as I did putting it together.
Grab your guitar, plug into your favorite amp and get ready to Play Better Jazz Guitar in 30 Days!
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The 30 Days