Chord & Melody Improv TUTORiAL
P2P | 05 December 2020 | 3.87 GB
Extension Learning Experience from a TrueFire Bootcamp on Jazz Guitar Trio-Style Chord & Melody Improv
Did you miss Tim Lerch’s highly acclaimed Jazz Bootcamp on Trio-Style Chord Melody Improv? No worries. This Bootcamp course is the next best thing to being there!
Drawing on the principles Tim covers in the provided prep materials section, he presents variations and more advanced applications across a series of illuminating performance studies: ii V I Improv in C, ii V I VI Improv in D, ii V I VI Improv in D, Another You #1, Another You #2, Another You #3, There Will Never Be Another You, Another You, There Will Never Be Another You
This Bootcamp course includes ALL of the video teaching sessions, prep materials, discussions, Q&A, playalong practice sessions, backing tracks, tablature, and all of the other materials presented during the Bootcamp — over 5 hours of lessons, insight and inspiration!
Throughout the series of sessions and discussions Tim also addresses a wide variety of key topics: What are Inversions?, Altered Dominant Options, Moving Up the Fingerboard, Creative Perspectives, Melody and Harmonics, Vibrato in Chording, Musical Conversation Between Guitar, Bass & Drummer, Question & Answer Between Melody & Chords, Arpeggiating for Improvisation, Performing in a Trio Without a Drummer, Telecaster Strings, Chord Progression Numerical or Key, Building a Solo in a Trio Setting, Present Musical Challenges, Right Hand for Not Percussion, and Gear Talk.
Tim also covers: Essential Influences, Wes Montgomery, Convincing Someone to Like Jazz, Barney Kessel, Ed Bickert, Mind and Instrument as One, Enjoying Less Complex Music, A Surprise Artist That Influenced You, Why the A Flat 7 Works, Applying the Chord Chart, Broken Chord Intro, Bluesy Options, Using C Blues Scale, Best Resource for Jazz Harmony Beginners, Melodic Minor Scale for, Altered Chords, BeBop Scale, Performance Insights, Playing in the Pocket, Gear Talk, Ear Training, Performance Anxiety, Gauge Strings, Preparation for Live Performance, Staying Relaxed While Performing, and Participating in a Jam Session.
You’ll get standard notation and tabs for all of the performance studies and key examples. Plus, you’ll be able to use TrueFire’s learning tools to sync the tab and notation to the video lesson. You can also loop or slow down the videos so that you can work with the lessons at your own pace.
It’s all here — grab your guitar and dig in to the Bootcamp with Tim Lerch!
87 Video Lessons
13 Charts (.pdf)
11 Tabs (.gp5 or .ptb)