Stealing Jazz Licks 2 by Brad Laird is a downloadable Quicktime video mandolin lesson which continues the theme of “stealing” jazz guitar licks and applying them to your mandolin playing. In this lesson Brad teaches a complete solo called “Jazz Blues in F” written by jazz guitarist Guy Fennochi. You are sure to learn some new licks and open your ears to some new sounds. If you are a “traditional” player, and want to expand your horizons, this lesson is for you! Even the great Bill Monroe covered a few old jazz tunes and ramped them up to bluegrass speed. 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: 157.4 mb
If you like this lesson try Stealing Jazz Licks 1.
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