"Basics Of Jazz" Webinar February 27
Stanley will be teaching a course for guitarists entitled: "Basics Of Jazz" on February 27 at 8:30 PM PT.
This is a special Webinar arranged in conjunction with LivDemy.
This class is for guitarists who would like to get a start at playing jazz. We will discuss:
The fundamentals of jazz harmony and chord-scale relationships
The craft of improvisation
Authentic execution of swing and funk rhythms
The development of good technique.
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