Jazz guitar walking bass lines with chords added on top is one of my favorite solo jazz guitar sounds to play with. This 2nd lesson in my walking bass + chords series covers single chord vamps.
Weekly Lesson #89
Jazz Guitar Walking Bass Lines Lesson Content Outline With Timestamp Links:
0:00 - Guitar Intro Playing
0:06 - About the lesson
1:53 - About the channel
2:25 - The note above and the note below
7:38 - The chord or inversion a third up
16:51 - Other considerations on the walking bass lines
21:19 - Conclusion, Free PDF, Featured Comment, Outro
Links & Lessons Mentioned In This Video:
- Get my FREE Method Booklet - Play any jazz chord with just 8 shapes
- Full Playlist of This Series
- Jazz Guitar Walking Bass with Chords Part 1 - Two beats per chord
- Rootless Voicings - WOW!
Jazz Guitar Walking Bass Lines Lesson Description:
Say you want to play jazz guitar walking bass lines plus chords at the same time.
And say the tune you're playing has just one chord for sixteen measures.
Or eight measures. Or four. Or even two.
How do you keep the walking bass line moving over a single chord?
And how do you find correct jazz chord voicings to play on top?
This second lesson of my 4-part series on how to play jazz guitar walking bass lines plus chords at the same time covers how to tackle single chord vamps in jazz progressions.
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