The classic swing sound emerged from a fusion of several influences around the turn of the twentieth century. Jazz music blends classic melodies, intricate harmony, and improvisation into a single genre. Take a look below to check out the different teachers that cover jazz. You can scope out the entire series or sample it out by clicking to view the free lesson.
Jamplay.com welcomes one of Downbeat Magazine's 2014 "Rising Stars" - Sheryl Bailey. Take a rich harmonic stroll through her new series, "Creative Chords", exploring new voicings and inversions along the way!
Paul Musso dives into jazz guitar with an emphasis on walking bass lines. This series of lessons focuses on separating chords from bass lines, which is good for a variety of things, including accompaniment and soloing.
John March, a long time student of the late Ted Greene and a self-proclaimed "chord addict", opens up a fresh way to view the guitar fretboard. A different way to think, introducing the idea of how chords work and how…
In this series, you will learn the music theory and guitar techniques essential to the jazz genre. Matt focuses on concepts such as scales, chord voicings, comping, improvisation, and interpretation of melodies.
Brendan's jazz series with JamPlay.com covers the basics of jazz chord voicings. Here you will learn about alterations and extensions to commonly used jazz voicings and how they apply in context of Jazz music.
Guitarist, composer, arranger, and Berklee Associate Professor, Jane Miller has roots in both Jazz and Folk circuits. Explore intermediate topics and Jane's original compositions through her comprehensive teaching style.