Most of the time when you think about comping you are concerned with the chords, voicings and rhythms you are using. Those are of course important but there are also other things to consider when Comping and playing chord melody that can really transform how your chords sound.
This video is going over 4 examples of ways to play chords that can help you add something new to how you sound when you are comping or making a chord melody.
The importance of comping
In my experience, being a jazz guitarist you spend a lot more time playing chords than soloing and that skill is something you want to take as far as you can!
0:00 Intro — Sounds better if you break a few rules
1:09 Not Always Voice-Leading!
2:49 Explaining the Example
3:52 Inner-voice movement
4:29 The Example and why you should listen to Bill Evans
5:18 Putting it to use in a Chord Melody arrangement
5:56 How To Practice using this
6:46 Melodic Pedal Points or Sustained Melody notes
8:47 Arpeggio Polyphony — What most jazz guitarists forget to do..
9:25 The Example
10:39 A simple application with Drop2 voicings
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