Paul Musso dives into jazz guitar with an emphasis on walking bass lines. This series of lessons focuses on separating chords from bass lines, which is good for a variety of things, including accompaniment and soloing.
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Learn how to separate chords from bass lines in a jazzed up way with Paul Musso's walking bass line series.Begin the Course
JamPlay is proud to welcome senior professor and Coordinator of Guitar Studies at the University of Colorado at Denver, Paul Musso. This series of lessons will be focusing on jazz walking bass lines, which is a great technique that is great for many things, so hop on in and get excited for what's to come.
Paul Musso takes some time to focus on the fundamentals of right hand technique. This is an important subject and great lesson for all guitar players.
Paul Musso explains the construction and theory of walking bass lines.
Paul Musso teaches a walking bass line to a progression in the key of D minor. You will use techniques from previous lessons and also learn some new ones.
Paul Musso plays and teaches a walking bass line to a jazz blues progression in G.
Paul Musso talks about the song "Seasons" from his Mel Bay book, <i>Teaching Your Guitar to Walk</i>. He also touches on some subtle left hand techniques that will help with a swing feel.
Paul Musso looks at walking bass lines and chords over rhythm changes, which are a set of chord changes based on "I Got Rhythm" by George Gershwin.
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Awesome teacher, he can really break down things in easy manageable parts. Excellent work.
Very good. Very clear and straight forward but still very musical. Thanks
I really hope Mr. Paul Musso adds many more lessons on here. Great Teacher!
So far,I enjoy and appreciate everything he is teaching Great job!
This lesson has it all.
very relaxed style