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Just started today. I am getting an overview how to approach Jazz playing. What is you experience with these videos?

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I went through the Jazz Chords video several years back and I think it is great "basic training".   But like anything, it's "use it or lose it".    Incorporate these chord shapes into your regular playing to really get comfortable with them.     I'm not really a jazz player so I could probably benefit by going through the workshop again.  If you really want to get into jazz, get yourself a copy of the Real Book and start playing those tunes.

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Thank you for the advice.  Just trying to build a routine of mastering the basics.  I want to focus on the basics and boring work now. So later I can play whatever I want.  How I want.   I want to thank you for the recommendation. I have to book on apple.  I would like to get a paper copy later.  After I finish some other guitar playing.  I have a budget wire music stand. So, a book wouldn't stay on.   I really am just feeling out different styles.  I just thought that the improv of Jazz.  And Jazz guitarists like Joe Pass, Tommy E. C.G.P., are interesting. Long story, short. Thank you!

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