A good jazz guitar lesson that looks at the “F” Chord. In this video you’re introduced to a bit of the theory behind the F chord, then you learn more about how changing the root of the chord changes the sound and name of the chord. This is something I’ve been looking at recently – how changing one note in a chord can affect the whole chord.
In jazz guitar, many great sounds can be gotten from basic chord shapes, slightly modified. In this lesson we’ll talk about the basic F chord and how it can yield many interesting jazz chords. This was recorded in my lesson studio at Dr. Music in Altamonte Springs, Florida. Apologies for the sound bleed from the next room. If you’re interested in taking a lesson with me next time you’re in the Orlando area, send me a message. A full PDF document supplementing this lesson is available right here: www.cdboxart.com
Learn Jazz Guitar Video Rating: 4 / 5
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