Watch the Bb Jazzed online guitar lesson by TrueFire from Blues Guitar Greatest Hits Vol. 2

Lesson Source: Larry Carlton's 335 Blues

Tired of playing all the same old chords and chord voicings in your rhythm parts? Watch your rhythm possibilities multiply when you start to use suspended chords (sus chords) or slash chords (chords with a note other than the root in the bass).
Using sus and slash chords, you can take your entire rhythm tool kit - like using rhythmic patterns, harmonizing lines, repeating chord shapes - and expand them into something totally new. Be sure to check the PDF on this one if you want to use the same voicings I do.