Stealing Jazz Licks 1 by Brad Laird is a downloadable Quicktime video mandolin lesson which “steals” 2 jazz guitar turnaround licks by jazz guitarist Billy Wilkie. Brad then teaches you six versions of these licks on the mandolin. Searching outside of the usual channels of mandolin material can be a great source of new ideas and sounds. Believe it or not, these six licks can even be dropped into songs like Fox on the Run! Besides the obvious examples of David Grisman and Jethro Burns, many bluegrass mandolin players incorporate “jazz ideas” into their playing. You can too! Complete tab and notation is provided with your download. You’ll also receive a play-along MP3 track for practicing what you learn.
"Lesser artists borrow, great artists steal."--Igor Stravinski, composer (1882-1971)
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Length: 24 minutes
Size: 177.7 mb
If you like this lesson try Stealing Jazz Licks 2.
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