TeacherI'm a professional jazz guitarist, with an MMus from the Guildhall School of Music in London, and have many years experience as a working musician and educator. My speciality is jazz improvisation, and in my lessons I'll show you advanced jazz chords... View Profile
- Total Time 2 hr, 16 min
- Lessons 10
- Attachments 19
- Exercises 38
10 Lessons in This Course
14 minFREEGuitar lesson 1Free8 CQ
Are you a guitar player ready to build a stronger repertoire? In this lesson, discover some of the differences between playing jazz guitar and other styles.
14 minGuitar lesson 28 CQ
Looking to practice a commonly used mode for jazz improvisation? In this jazz guitar lesson, discover the Dorian Mode, which will bring depth to your playing!
15 minGuitar lesson 38 CQ
In this jazz guitar lesson, learn how to use a metronome to develop a strong internal sense of swing, and learn three classic jazz blues tunes along the way!
12 minGuitar lesson 47 CQ
Continue developing jazz guitar skills! By the end of this lesson, feel comfortable playing 4 different m7 movable chord shapes across the neck, in any key.
14 minGuitar lesson 58 CQ
In this jazz guitar lesson, continue with Drop 2 chord shapes, learn how to adapt m7 voicings into dominant 7th shapes, and create ii-V chord progressions.
12 minGuitar lesson 67 CQ
Without the blues there wouldn't be jazz! In this jazz guitar lesson, learn a 12 Bar Blues block chord solo in the style of jazz guitar legend Barney Kessel.
13 minGuitar lesson 77 CQ
Jazz is a musical language, with its own syntax and grammar. In this jazz guitar lesson, discover ten bebop guitar lines, and practice along with a metronome!
16 minGuitar lesson 89 CQ
In this guitar lesson, learn one of the coolest things you can play on guitar: walking basslines and chords at the same time!
12 minGuitar lesson 97 CQ
Finish up a detailed review of Drop 2 chord voicings with an introduction to Maj7 chords on guitar! Discover how to use these voicings in jazz.
9 minGuitar lesson 105 CQ
Are you ready to learn a jazz standard with a new twist? Keep on going with jazz guitar in this lesson and learn two chord melody versions of Autumn Leaves!
10145 min10-part Guitar course77 CQ
This jazz guitar course is aimed at advancing students, who are keen to learn more about harmony, add songs to their repertoire, and explore the language of the instrument.
3 minFREEGuitar lessonFree2 CQ
Although the minor 7 flat 5 is a standard part of bebop jazz, many jazz guitarists ignore it in the ii-V-I progression. Learn to incorporate it in your solos.
7 minGuitar lesson4 CQ
Learning bebop jazz guitar licks can help you progress beyond rote memorization. Learn how to develop improvisation skills by experimenting with licks.
10 minBlues Piano lesson6 CQ
Jazz and Blues music came from the same roots, and continue to influence each other. Learn how to add jazz ideas to your blues guitar playing!
6 minGuitar lesson4 CQ
In this lesson, check out the 7 string jazz guitar! Review examples to gain comfort with the mechanics of the instrument while playing a walking bass line.
868 min8-part Guitar course38 CQ
In this music theory course for guitarists, learn the major scale’s seven modes and three notes per string scale theory, practice seventh chords and triad exercises, and gain sight reading resources!
10136 min10-part Guitar course74 CQ
Are you ready to master the essentials of jazz music? In this jazz guitar course from professional musician Sam Dunn, guitar players who wish learn the harmonies of Jazz have a place to start!
999 min9-part Guitar course54 CQ
To master the guitar, it is essential to build skills sequentially, based on applied music theory. The result? Confidence while playing killer solos, runs, and chord progressions!
313 min3-part Guitar course9 CQ
Searching for some guitar lick inspiration? In this course, learn a variety of face-melting dominant seventh chord licks to develop your guitar knowledge base and play over any genre of music.
844 min8-part Guitar course26 CQ
In this course, continue your guitar education by exploring the whole tone scale, the melodic minor scale, playing with string sets, playing triad and four part arpeggios, and more!