Yotam Silberstein – Jazz Guitar Studies 1

Yotam Silberstein – Jazz Guitar Studies 1


For a long time, I’ve been a huge fan of saxophone
players. I found a really cool way of playing those
scales, and also with using that little technique of false fingering, sort of like the saxophone. One of the advantages of playing scales like
that, is that basically there’s something very even about it. It’s three notes on every string. So, except for, if you started like this,
I mean, it’s basically still three notes per string. Don’t just play the scales. Mess around with them, and try to find music,
and how do you find music? For example, you take. Take a chord, and have the chord go down chromatically,
but actually you go up on the neck. Let me show you what I mean. F major is going to go down to E major, but
you are going to go up to the next inversion. Then you’re going to go to Eb major. The next chord is going to be D major. Here’s the next one, is this one. Okay? Let’s do “Body and Soul”.

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