Your first experience trying to improvise in a Jazz guitar context can be scary. There’s a lot of chord changes and lots of scales, arpeggios, modes (etc.) to learn.
So here’s the shortcut: two pentatonic scales. Improvise on Bb blues. Go!
In this video, we will be exchanging full 12-bar choruses (soloing) together. Lots of fun. Backing track below. Use this little trick to play NICE jazz guitar solos using TWO scales (instead of dozens) … Enjoy! 🙂
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The Bb Blues Backing Track:
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