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    The Jazz Guitar Chord Dictionary
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Whiteman
    Great lesson Chris - you always explain things very thoroughly. Thanks for sharing - much appreciated.

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    Chris,

    Very thorough.

    You are correct. Setting up the chart is important. Kessel did it well on "Indiana."

    Hey, nice Slaman.
    Last edited by Greentone; 01-18-2021 at 12:53 PM.

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    Excellent - thanks!

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    Thanks so much! Barney was just great at comping in general. Love his work with Julie London!

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    Another great lesson, Chris. Appreciate how thorough and patient you are.

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    Really enjoyed this--thanks!

    As a big Kessel fan I especially enjoy the Poll Winners series, which are a cornucopia of great intros from Barney. Have stolen a lot from them.

    Danny W.

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    Nice, that's a good one. It can work for many tunes too. Added to the catalog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greentone
    Chris,

    Very thorough.

    You are correct. Setting up the chart is important. Kessel did it well on "Indiana."

    Hey, nice Slaman.
    Yes, "setting up the chart" was very helpful to me, given all of the inversions. Without that and how Chris explained the mostly non-root-based voicing that were used and the notes contained (especially the 3rd and 7th), I would have been saying to myself "that isn't a Fmin!".

    This helps in what is my largest quest with regards to playing jazz guitar; to more seamlessly incorporate inversions instead of just going to the 6th and 5th string root chords I learned over 30 years ago!

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    Oh the Slaman! Gorgeous guitar, and beautiful playing Chris!