Often you come across songs where you are comping a static chord for a few bars, and it can get a little boring with just one voicing, not adding energy and movement to the music. This video will give you some tricks to make places like that more interesting and show you how to add some beautiful chords and reharmonizations to your jazz guitar playing.
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00:33 Example 1 – Diatonic Passing Chords on You Stepped Out Of A Dream
01:05 Diatonic Passing Chords – Easy, Solid and Effective
01:38 Example 2 – Secondary Dominants on How High The Moon
02:04 Dominants and Tritones – The Strongest Pull
04:18 Example 3 – Ladybird With Secret Dim Chords
04:37 #IV Diminished – Overlooked
06:06 Voice-leading And Chords You Can’t Analyze
08:25 Example 6 – Take The A train with some voice-leading
08:39 Make Your Chord Progressions More Interesting
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