JazzGuitarLessons.net Podcasts

Jazz guitar lessons and discussions in Podcast format from JazzGuitarLessons.net, the greatest online resource for learning how to play jazz guitar. Your host, Marc-Andre Seguin, delivers these simple yet chops-enhancing audio lessons.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 11m. Bisher sind 70 Folge(n) erschienen.
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Podcast #35 – Using Big Scales to Unlock the Fretboard


In this podcast, we’ll look into an exercise that is relatively simple in concept, but that can go very deep (as far as helping you become a better improviser). The “big scales” exercise, so-called, deals with the entire range of the in


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 2016-08-10  11m
 
 

Podcast #35 – Using Big Scales to Unlock the Fretboard


In this podcast, we’ll look into an exercise that is relatively simple in concept, but that can go very deep (as far as helping you become a better improviser). The “big scales” exercise, so-called, deals with the entire range of the in


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 2016-08-10  11m
 
 

Podcast #34 – Jazz is Cerebral


Jazz is intellectual, right? Or is it? Find out by listen to the latest podcast on this website!


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 2016-04-01  4m
 
 

Podcast #34 – Jazz is Cerebral


Jazz is intellectual, right? Or is it?


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 2016-04-01  4m
 
 

Podcast #33 – Written Studies (versus bits and pieces)


As jazzers, we’re often culprit of only learning “bits and pieces” of the stuff we learn. A scale, an arpeggio, a few licks (etc.), and off we go improvising. In this podcast, we discuss the relevance of learning actual “pieces


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 2016-03-25  4m
 
 

Podcast #33 – Written Studies (versus bits and pieces)


As jazzers, we’re often culprit of only learning “bits and pieces” of the stuff we learn. A scale, an arpeggio, a few licks (etc.), and off we go improvising. In this podcast, we discuss the relevance of learning actual “pieces


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 2016-03-25  4m
 
 

Podcast #32 – Playing Free (for improving)


Playing *completely* free (without constraints of time, chords, scales, or other) is a great learning tool. See if you can incorporate the tips from this podcast in your daily practice. It’s liberating to play free, and there are ways to do it that


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 2016-03-18  10m
 
 

Podcast #32 – Playing Free (for improving)


Playing *completely* free (without constraints of time, chords, scales, or other) is a great learning tool. See if you can incorporate the tips from this podcast in your daily practice. It’s liberating to play free, and there are ways to do it that


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 2016-03-18  10m
 
 

Podcast #31 – Modes of C melodic and C harmonic minor


In this podcast, we cover the basic chords found in both C melodic minor and C harmonic minor scales. This is generally a huge gap amongst students, so grab your guitar now, and learn those chords once and for all! Enjoy. 🙂


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 2016-03-11  13m
 
 

Podcast #31 – Modes of C melodic and C harmonic minor


In this podcast, we cover the basic chords found in both C melodic minor and C harmonic minor scales. This is generally a huge gap amongst students, so grab your guitar now, and learn those chords once and for all! Enjoy.


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 2016-03-11  13m