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Watch the Comping Tips online guitar lesson by John Stowell from Modern Jazz Progressions

As I mention here, the best way to retain any new chord voicing is in the context of a cadence or chord melody arrangement; once that cadence or chord melody has been played a number of times, those new chord shapes have been memorized and internalized.

They can then be used in the context of another chord melody, in a comping situation, or as a template for single line ideas.

I've also learned a good deal about the rhythmic components of comping, separating out the notes of a chord with bass notes and some inner voice movements by listening to pianists as they accompany a soloist.