Etude 3 – jazz guitar comping and walking bass

Hi, this is Etude 3.

 

 

This etude is based on A7alt chord voicings, and few walking bass moments are added.

It’s a mixture of modern jazz guitar unusual chord voicings. Here is the chart for you to use ( with watermark ).

Midi sound files ( mp3) in 200bpm and 140bpm, nice pdf chart and guitar pro file – you can loop few bars, slow it down or make it faster and play along –  purchase via paypal HERE.

or alternative card transaction buying option . 

 

Etude 2 - Modern jazz guitar advanced exercises. Fingerstyle, chord melody exercises charts and guitar pro files. Jazz guitar advanced.
Etude 3 – walking bass swing and chord melody . Modern jazz guitar advanced exercises. Fingerstyle, chord melody exercises charts and guitar pro files. Jazz guitar advanced.

Check more ETUDES.

etude 1

etude 2

And have fun learning more modern jazz chords through these etudes. These etudes are for advanced jazz guitarists to expand their vocabulary, have fun playing new things, work on some interesting chord voicings.

Have fun!

 

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Etude 3 is ready … ( there are 5 already on my webpage .. ) ( hopefully will gather them in the book at the end , but for now they’re available on my webpage . ) ▶️link on my profile◀️ . This Etude is based on some comping with some walking bass at The end . Most of it is A7alt chord replacements … goal was to compose 1 a day. I composed 2 the other day … hopefully will keep going on this ! . #jazzguitar #jazzguitarist #guitarlessons #modernjazz #walkingbass #jazzlines #fingerstyleguitar #fingerstyle #jazz #jazzmusician #guitardaily #femaleguitarist #jazzlick #chordmelody #guitaristsofinstagram #guitarporn #guitarlesson #etudes #guitardaily #instaguitar #talented_musicians #jazzmusic #jazzmusicians #jazzchords #musiciansunite #guitaristsunite #jazzmusicians #guitarplayers #guitarist #pickupjazz #guitarlicks

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Some gear and music equipment for UK guitarists

 

And let me know in comments how you find these and what would you like for me to look at, what sort of etudes should I compose next?

Some plans may include looking at some time signatures, add some etudes for some known jazz standard harmonies and more.

 

 

 

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