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Watch the Jam Night: Volume 1 online guitar lesson by Andy Aledort from Jam Night Vol. 1

Welcome to "Jam Night!," the first in a series of instructional lessons that focuses on learning to jam on rhythm and lead guitar to the most popular open jam songs of all time. For many musicians, going out to the local jam and playing with friends is their primary, if not only, musical outlet. The goal of this "Jam Night!" series is to broaden your skills as both a rhythm guitarist and as a soloist, with specific instruction directed within the scope of standard, tried-and-true open jam night songs. Each volume of the series includes 10 of the most popular songs played at open jams all over the world on a nightly basis. This instructional course will help you to hone and develop your rhythm guitar and soloing chops while teaching you a variety of ways to navigate through some of your favorite song progressions. For each of the ten songs included in this set, I will demonstrate two examples of how to play rhythm guitar parts on the tune, and two examples of how to solo over the tune. It is my hopee that you will use each of these examples as jumping off points to your own musical inventions.

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