guitar is mysterious and intimidating for most players - so many chords,
changes, feels and then the capper; you have to improvise over all of it.
There's really no shortcut for developing jazz
chops, but there is an underlying structure and if you understand that
structure, the chops will quickly follow.
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Anatomy decodes the structure of jazz guitar revealing a remarkably
clear approach for comping, melodic development and improvisation.
professor of Jazz Anatomy is Mimi Fox - phenom player, brilliant
educator and top recording artist. Just Jazz Guitar hails her playing
guitar at its best" and she chairs the guitar department at the Jazz School
in Berkeley. In short, Fox has all the chops.
Anatomy is a hands-on playing course that gets you up and running
without tedious theory and exercises. In this first volume of Jazz Anatomy,
Mimi presents five grooves and progressions that are common to thousands of
tunes; Major Blues, Minor Blues, Modal, II V I Major and II V I Minor. Get a
grip on these five forms and you'll be difficult to stump at the
form is covered across 8 video lessons, starting with basic concepts, lines
and comps, and then progressing to more advanced material. All of the
material is easily translated to any key and all solos and examples are
transcribed for reference.