Learn guitar jazz rhythm & how solo w/ Harmonic Minor Scale

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Comments

  1. jtankersley7 says:

    You made it make sense and not blow my brains out as you mentioned. LOL. Nice lesson man! Wish I had face to face classes with ya. It was so clear and simple to follow. Thank you.

  2. levitheguitarplayer says:

    blue bossa much :P 

  3. DontPanic2088 says:

    I could by no means do this !!!!!!

  4. MrPraise88 says:

    I learn A new Things here Thnks Marty….Best Humors and educators there…Feels so jazzy

  5. firattekaut says:

    That minor 2nd face expression at 06:26 is just PERFECT.

  6. 2000Jeffster says:

    wow 5:15 sounds awesome

  7. 2000Jeffster says:

    nice jazzin at 3:46

  8. Rcami18 says:

    sound relaxing…

  9. fekinel says:

    nice one marty
    you can play

  10. strataralle says:

    Thanks!!
    

  11. paddymoep says:

    As i saw the thumbnail i immediately thought of Angelo Batista.

  12. JPlatinum333 says:

    @LanternsGreenAura IT’S OVER 9,000!!!!!!!!

    Sorry. I just had to.

  13. olekycolonel says:

    fantastic video. this is the kind of thing instruction that we need on the internet.

  14. muralista66 says:

    Hey Marty: Thanks for the work,amigo: For new guys you remain very approachable and warm. And for us a bit more experienced, you manage to teach cool surprises. Always very professional in your presentation, without being cold or too smarmy. This is an appreciation from a fellow guitar teacher on the Baja Sur, who has picked up a few tips from you on how to better relate with clients, students, and kibitzers about town. K le vaya bien, David Amor.

  15. cynik0nick says:

    @rensy101 John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, Mike Stern

  16. rensy101 says:

    could anyone recommend some jazz guitarist to take note to?

  17. FirstInstruMentalist says:

    @LanternsGreenAura The planet may by no means know ;)

  18. NyrockXZX says:

    @Phazur Erm. The pentatonic scale is certainly a scale, just as the hexatonic scales are certainly scales.

  19. dimebagjames1 says:

    @LanternsGreenAura ….843

  20. hutomo01 says:

    seems he really enjoying play that guitar.. he will marry it someday. lol

  21. UltiMogr says:

    @ThatsNikki he looks like one too

  22. MegaGhettochef says:

    press 7 a few times again :D

  23. Phazur says:

    @ThePishty1 minor pentatonic is not a ‘real’ scale like the normal minor and major, it is a simplified minor scale with two clarification removed to make it simpler for soloing, the two clarification who make fastest conflict with chords

  24. RamBeuk says:

    That sounds tasty. I’ve been tiresome to apply this harmonic scale for a while, but couldn’t find the right chord progression to play it to. Tnx for these fantastic lessons Marty.

  25. ThisIsDonnieMusic says:

    basically it’s about picking the right note for that genre. fantastic tutor

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