Of course, you want to play the guitar and be completely free to find whatever lick or melody wherever you are playing on the neck. That is the goal of knowing the fretboard.
And you need to have a solid overview so that you can use it while you improvising.
In this video, I am going to show you a strategy and some of the best exercises to develop that.
Fretboard Knowledge that makes sense for Jazz Guitar
Practice Major Scales like this and You will get more out of it!
0:26 Jazz as a Language and You can use that
1:45 Charlie Parker Lick
2:27 Side-note using a Finnish Sentence
3:24 Exercises you probably already know
3:38 Basic Scale overview
4:22 Adding Harmony
4:46 Really Understanding How To Play Arpeggios
6:08 Moving Around Real Music
8:44 Important point about All Positions and All Options
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My name is Jens Larsen, Danish Jazz Guitarist, and Educator. The videos on this channel will help you explore and enjoy Jazz. Some of it is how to play jazz guitar, but other videos are more on Music Theory like Jazz Chords or advice on how to practice and learn Jazz, on guitar or any other instrument.
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