P2P | 14 October 2020 | 5.34 GB
This edition of the Jam Blues Camp featuring David Hamburger, Tim Lerch, and Frank Vignola focuses on a variety of techniques and creative approaches for applying jazz harmony when improvising.
Expanding on core concepts from their TrueFire library, the educators present new variations, more advanced techniques, and additional harmonic applications to enhance your rhythm playing over common blues changes.
Tim Lerch presents concepts for comping and soloing using single line blues melodies, double stop harmony, and a study that focuses on triads and 7th chords.
David Hamburger's series will focus on ways to connect lines with changes from the I to the IV chord, the IV to the I chord, and finally for lines with ii-V-I progressions.
Frank Vignola wraps up the camp course with three variations for improvising over a bluesy ii-V progression using minor9 arpeggios, chromatic connections, and I-ii-bii-V arpeggios.
The course includes all of the studio, on-location, and live-streamed video lessons, backing tracks, Q&A sessions, and prep materials presented before and during the live Jazz Blues Camp.
Tim, David and Frank will explain and demonstrate all of the key concepts and approaches along the way. You