Jazz Blues

How To Play a Jazz Blues Progression

Learn how to play the jazz blues chord progression and how it is different from a I IV V blues.

Click the following link to get the notes for this lesson:

Jazz Blues Chord Substitutions Guide

The jazz blues is one of the most played forms by jazz musicians all over the world.

The jazz blues progression also works well for more harmonically advanced techniques such as jazz blues chords substitutions and was a favorite progression of bebop musician Charlie Parker.

This lesson explains some of the different jazz blues chord substitutions that jazz musicians play, starting with a simple I IV V blues and moving right up to a harmonically dense Parker style blues.

“Blues is to jazz what yeast is to bread. Without it, it’s flat.” —Carmen McRae

What do you think about the jazz blues progression?

Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

📺 Subscribe to My Channel to Get Great Jazz Guitar Lessons: https://www.youtube.com/user/jamieholroydguitar?sub_confirmation=1

🎬 New to Jazz Guitar? Start Here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLna3G2AsdJyiikR4G2GTiuq8VRK0Vypnm

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Roxanne Acoustic Guitar Lesson By The Police
Larry Carlton – 335 Improv – Soloing Over I-VI-II-V – Blues Guitar Lessons
Trying To Learn Guitar?! Practice THIS! #shorts
Angel Baby – Troye Sivan (Plucking Version)😍 | Guitar Tutorial Songs
New Guitar Review: Martin Guitars GPC-16E | Affordably Priced and Made in the USA!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.