Five Secrets to Using Neighboring Tones

Five Secrets to Using Neighboring Tones by Guy Fenocchi is a video lesson on jazz guitar soloing. A neighboring tone is a note above or below a chord tone that you would play just before the chord tone is played on a strong beat. This embellishment can be used to elongate arpeggios and create hipper sounding lines. You will learn five different ways you can use neighboring tones in your soloing. Guy will teach you each example riff in detail and then demonstrate it along with a rhythm track. The download includes a Quicktime video, a .pdf of the tabs, and an .mp3 jam track. $5.99

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Code: JL66
Genre: Jazz
Length: 23 minutes
Size: 275 mb

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