"I finally finished my 101 chord comping course and found it to be extremely helpful in developing my knowledge of and ability to play many of the important chord types in Jazz. Learning the chords and shapes necessary for the II-V-I chord progression in particular was extremely helpful. I know now how important it is to be able to transition through those chords easily in all the keys I want to learn songs in. It is a great sound and definitely a very important part of jazz music. It was a really good course and I feel much more comfortable with the knowledge I gained about these chords and comping from this course. Overall however it is an excellent course and was very helpful. Now I need to look at where I want to go next. Thanks Marc! I look forward to learning more and becoming accomplished in playing jazz from your other courses."
- Bill W., U.S.A
Jazz Guitar Comping 102 provides a framework for continuing your learning jazz guitar comping journey. It recaps materials from Comping 101 (shells, blues progressions, II-V's, etc.) while adding fresh modern voicings, progressions, rootless chords, voice leading and ideas for minor II-V-I's.
It has over 60 minutes of video lessons with step-by-step instructions for mastering the real jazzy types of blues progression and the most typical chord changes found in fake books, for famous standard tunes. In the end, you'll be a master at creating your own modern comping while accompanying other jazzers.
Designed to Help You Reach Flow During Jazz Comping
This course was designed for guitarists with some comping abilities wanting to fully unlock "complicated" chords and progressions. Comping 102 will teach you exactly how to be "in the zone" while comping on real chord progresions. Goodbye barre chords and boring shells, hello sensible chord extensions and voice leading!
Helps You Structure the Way Your Approach Jazz Comping
There's a ton of information online when it comes to learning jazz guitar chords. But these resources generally lack focus and structure. You run the risk of getting lost in a sea of theory and unrelated chord progressions. If you've been struggling to create meaningful comping on your own then Comping 102 is the next logical step to building a solid foundation.
Marc-Andre Seguin is the webmaster, "brains behind" and teacher on JazzGuitarLessons.net, the #1 online resource for learning how to play jazz guitar.
He draws from his experience both as a professional jazz guitarist and professional jazz teacher to help thousands of people from all around the world learn the craft of jazz guitar.
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WHAT PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SAYING ABOUT..
"I am fairly new to theory, been playing basic jazz chords for years, with full extensions just to add colours to my music. I have found your explanations excellent. I feel more confident in my playing already, i can understand more what is going on and now I can even add more to my playing, even after a few lessons."
- Doug, Canada
"I am really glad I tried this course. After plodding along for most of my life, I’m finally starting to see the bigger picture. I’m learning new chords, which sound really cool, I’m starting to understand theory in a more practical way, and I like having the pdf at hand to refer to at any time.I like the way you’re teaching, it’s meeting me at my level and encouraging me to progress. I think it’s well-developed, thank you."
- Ken M., Ireland
"I really like the way this course was organized, as it's very easy to understand. I really like the percent completed bar next to the course, as it makes me want to come back each day and raise that number. There's also something about the way you teach, and the way you present the information that makes me feel like I'm actually making progress, unlike many other websites that I've visited. I'm really enjoying this course, and I appreciate how you are willing to listen to our feedback. Keep up the awesome teaching!"
-Joyce W., U.S.A