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  1. HARMONIZED SCALE - Van Epps Style #1 (#1404) - Page 2 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    Tab has been added to this lesson. The harmonized scale starts in the key of C thru the key of E. Every 4th measure goes up a half step, or 1 fret, into the new key. This pattern will give you an idea how to practice playing...(more)
    Jazz · Expert · 17453 Hits · 4.62/5 (21 ratings) · Last modified: 6/11/2004
  2. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 5 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    Then I realised that these fingerings didn't give me a lot of leeway to play a tune - and I wanted to alter them anyway - so I changed the Am7 to a C#o and the G7 to a G7+. <br/><br/> You'll notice that this frees up the fingers c...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  3. 12 Tone Bebob Line (#9562) - Page 4 by Obee Obier (4521)
    using all notes of the chromatic isn't real twelve tone music. It's sound interesting if you shift single notes of a simple chromatic line into different octaves - "octave dispersion" . Here is a descending chromatic line ...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 36913 Hits · 4.30/5 (33 ratings) · Last modified: 7/22/2005
  4. SMILE - An Original Tune (#4496) - Page 5 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    This is the fourth page of TAB.
    Jazz · Advanced · 7172 Hits · 4.20/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 3/6/2004
  5. Chord Soloing Using 4ths (#78) - Page 4 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Could we use the same pattern, but in a descending fashion? You bet we could (in fact, I recommend it). The end GMaj7 chord is gratuitously thrown in just for interest...
    Jazz · Advanced · 65246 Hits · 3.87/5 (39 ratings) · Last modified: 6/23/1999
  6. Open Voiced Chords (#1034) - Page 5 by Frederick Burton (5465)
    Now let's DOWN!!!! Below is an example of a blues progression and how Freddie and/or Bucky would play it. Play through it, transpose it to other keys, mix the voicings with others that you know and compare the sounds, reme...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 13275 Hits · 3.40/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 4/27/2000
  7. C# DIMINISHED TRIAD & ARPEGGIO POSITIONS (#7942) - Page 5 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Intermediate · 6135 Hits · 3.20/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 8/9/2004
  8. O' Christmas Tree (#3772) - Page 2 by Robert Strait (6660)
    This next one is a variation on a classical arrangement. This variation uses eighth note triplets against a quarter note bass line. The harmony is actually simplified a bit from the previous page (you will find it uses only a...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 12007 Hits · 4.74/5 (23 ratings) · Last modified: 12/4/2001
  9. TRIBUTE TO GEORGE M. SMITH (#6232) - Page 4 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 8258 Hits · 4.50/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 5/18/2004
  10. 7th Chord Sequences (#473) - Page 1 by Mark Levine (72)
    <table width=100% border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0> <tr> <td width=10% align=center valign="top"> <A HREF="/includes/buyclick.asp?fromUrl=Sher2&toUrl=http://stores.yahoo.com/sher-music-books/jazztheorybook.html" TAR...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 333780 Hits · 4.11/5 (385 ratings) · Last modified: 12/1/1999
  11. MAKE MY DAY - An Original Tune (#6312) - Page 5 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 8115 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 3/7/2004
  12. Where Are You Now? (#11902) - Page 2 by Alfred Scoggins (5193)
    These are the first two verses.
    Jazz · Intermediate · 9642 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 8/1/2012
  13. T.L.I.M.S. An Original Tune (#5675) - Page 3 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 4022 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 8/2/2004
  14. II V I Licks (jazz) (#9822) - Page 3 by Justin Harding (1760)
    <b><font color="#000080">This is a lick from Joe Pass. This time we are looking a II V I in the key of G. (Am7, D7, GM7).</font></b> <br/><br/><b><font color="#000080">As you can see the V chord in a key of G for a II V...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 16444 Hits · 4.53/5 (15 ratings) · Last modified: 7/16/2005
  15. Jazzy Gipsy Scale (part I) (#2908) - Page 1 by Tony Saad (75)
    This scale introduces the concept of relating various music styles together, basically, jazz and flamenco. It's kind of simple but belive me, when you play it and let your fingers roll on the guitar, you won't believe how qui...(more)
    Jazz · Intermediate · 7032 Hits · 4.30/5 (10 ratings) · Last modified: 5/10/2001
  16. O' Christmas Tree (#3772) - Page 1 by Robert Strait (6660)
    Continuing to feed my holiday arranging obsession, I have put together four different variations of the holiday classic, "O' Christmas Tree (O' Tannenbaum)", which is written in 3/4 time. <br/><br/> This first example is a simple...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 12007 Hits · 4.74/5 (23 ratings) · Last modified: 12/4/2001
  17. T.L.I.M.S. An Original Tune (#5675) - Page 2 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 4022 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 8/2/2004
  18. O' Christmas Tree (#3772) - Page 4 by Robert Strait (6660)
    This final variation is one which really gets me excited. It's a jazz flavored chord-melody solo in which I have modulated to the key of F and extensively reharmonized the tune. This arrangement is intended to be played rubat...(more)
    Jazz · Advanced · 12007 Hits · 4.74/5 (23 ratings) · Last modified: 12/4/2001
  19. WHITHER YOU WILL BE - An Original Tune (#5691) - Page 2 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 10957 Hits · 4.64/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 3/23/2004
  20. T.L.I.M.S. An Original Tune (#5675) - Page 4 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Jazz · Advanced · 4022 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 8/2/2004