Most jazz guitar lessons will tell you that you need to know your scales all over the neck, you need to know all the arpeggios and all the chords, understand all the theory. But what nobody seems to talk about is what order you should learn this in, and does learning jazz guitar mean that you first have to learn 3-5 scales in 7 positions with 7 diatonic arpeggios each?
0:00 Intro – Can you play Jazz without 2 years of scale practice?
0:34 How Most of us get into Jazz (me included)
1:16 Wes Montgomery Practicing Scales
1:36 Jazz is not a skill
1:56 Where does it go Wrong?
3:32 What Are You missing?
4:14 How To Fix It
4:46 A more simple approach
5:32 How It Works on a Song
5:58 Quick Analysis of the Chord Progression
7:07 The Scales we need
8:02 Making it a short compact amount of material to practice in 5-10 minutes,
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