There are literally thousands of jazz guitar chords, but don’t worry: you don’t have to learn them all to start playing jazz.
On this page we’ll show you how jazz guitarists play many types of chord. We’ll start simple, then hit you with some complex ‘altered’ shapes. Continue reading
Learn how to play chords on guitar with this complete guide for beginners.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to strum guitar chords. Audio examples have been provided so that you can hear how the chords sound when being strummed.
The Gypsy Scale produces a rather beautiful, exotic sound that is seldom heard in western music. On this page you’ll learn how to play the Gypsy scale on guitar (with notation, tab and fretboard diagrams), and you’ll also find out about some similar scales. Continue reading
F# Chord Guitar finger position charts, diagrams and photos. This lesson shows you how to play an F sharp major chord on your guitar.
(Note: in this lesson, the hash symbol (#) refers to the musical ‘sharp’ sign.)
Diminished arpeggios can be used by guitarists in any style of music, but they are particularly popular among jazz and metal guitarists.
In this lesson we show you how to play diminished arpeggios. We have also provided example diminished licks in jazz and metal styles. By playing these you’ll be able to hear how the arpeggios sound in a musical setting. Continue reading
On this page you’ll find Mixolydian scale guitar tab, fretboard diagrams and information. We’ll show you how to play a Mixolydian scale on guitar, and what a Mixolydian scale actually is.
Bb Chord Guitar finger position charts, diagrams and photos. Everything you need to know to play a Bb major chord on your guitar. Continue reading
This page contains jazz scales guitar notation with tab, diagrams and information on how to use scales in jazz improvisation.
In this article we set out to find the best small guitar amp. We review a number of small amps that could make your practice time much more enjoyable! Continue reading
C7 chord guitar diagrams, finger position charts and photos. Everything you need to know to play a C7 chord on your guitar. Continue reading