This video is going to give you 10 examples of jazz licks and techniques so that you can get some basic material to sound more like jazz.
I am keeping it really simple so everything is on a Cmaj7 chord and in one position, but you still learn some solid rhythmical and chromatic ideas that you can use in your own playing and turn into your own jazz licks. The examples are in a position of the C major scale that you probably already know and the material is easy to move to other chords along the way.
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0:28 Example 1 – Cmaj7 Arpeggio – Sliding Grace note
0:43 Example 1 Slow + Analysis
0:55 Example 2 – Chromatic Enclosure
1:12 Example 2 Slow + Analysis
1:26 Example 3 – Octave Displacement and double stop
1:41 Example 3 Slow + Analysis
1:54 Example 4 – Blues sound on a Cmaj7
2:09 Example 4 Slow + Analysis
2:21 Example 5 – Arpeggio From The 3rd, Arpeggios in triplets
2:27 Example 5 Slow + Analysis
2:50 Example 6 -Triplet Arpeggios ending in Blues
3:05 Example 6 Slow + Analysis
3:17 Example 7 – Em Pentatonic and beautiful Quartal Arpeggios
3:33 Example 7 Slow + Analysis
3:44 Example 8 – Chromatic Enclosures and Coltrane Patterns
3:59 Example 8 Slow + Analysis
4:10 Example 9 – Double Chromatic Approach
4:25 Example 9 Slow + Analysis
4:36 Example 10 – Chromatic Triplets and Double-stops
4:52 Example 10 Slow + Analysis
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