"Thank you Marc! I really enjoyed this course and did learn a lot from it. I am still a bit clumsy with all of the scales, but I am continuing to go back and review. There was really so much information to absorb as well as the scales and positions, all the chord forms that are new to me, and once I am very comfortable with knowing the shapes, I will be able to move up and down the neck with greater confidence and skill.
I feel like this is a wonderful way to learn because you can progress at your own rate and the information is always available. So glad that I found you and you really are a great teacher! Thanks again!"
- Danielle B.
Jazz guitar scales are the single most used musical device in jazz improvisation and comping. In this jazz guitar scales lesson, you'll master scales in the common "positions system" efficiently, easily and logically.
Step-by-step, note-by-note and through precise assignments, you'll visualize the major scale, the II-V-I progression in every key and in every position (including arpeggios and chords). Don't be scared now! We build everything from scratch and every jazz guitar lesson is progressively *slightly* more difficult.
This course focuses on jazz guitar scale positions and what lies within them. Instead of seeing a chart with a bunch of dots on the guitar and being asked to memorize everything, here, we'll focus on the music-making potential of the scale positions.
Radically Different Approach to Learning the Classic 'Positions'
This jazz guitar scales course uses a radically different approach to learning the classic 'positions', so the sequence of the assignments makes for a smooth learning curve. No more roadblocks, no more quitting after you memorized a bunch of dots on the fret board (and forgot them!) Simply put: shed a few scales and make LOTS of music with them!
Shedding the Light on the Most Obscure Parts of the Guitar Fretboard
This course focuses on jazz guitar scale positions and what lies within them. Instead of seeing a chart with a bunch of dots on the guitar and being asked to memorize everything, here, we'll focus on the music making potential of the scale positions.
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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"Fantastic course. I knew pretty much all of the scales, arpeggios and chords prior to watching but this system provides the easiest approach to practicing in a comprehensive manner. I can also see how the system can be used to practice lines, licks and tunes in all keys [...] the system is a great way to make it quicker and easier to transpose on the fly. Thanks a lot for putting this together!"
- Ken M., USA
"Thanks for the course. One of the best I've had so far. The best thing about it is that it's so simple even though it is covering quite complex areas for beginners at least. It also gives a lot of fun and motivation as the results come quite quickly. Love it."
- Michal, Poland
"Does exactly what it promises. Excellent course, great to get all of those scale shapes connected and working."
- Phil K.