"Rhythm Changes: Bars 1-4 (Three Pages) - $2.00

A quick survey of classic harmonic embellishments for the first four bars of "I Got Rhythm" changes (Including TAB). These melodic patterns discuss various turn arounds from tunes like "Brownie Speaks"(Clifford Brown), "CTA"(Jimmy Heath), "Humph"(Monk) and more. Contains 3 pages and seven examples with annotations. Sample 1, sample 2. 

Fast Lines for I VI II V in C (free audio) - Price:$4.39

In this practice you will find nine examples of non rest, fast lines for I VI II V in C major. Each harmonic degree takes a space of one bar so you will get 36 bars of common melodic bop lines in total.

 Click HERE for a sample and the complete downloadable Audio Sample. The best way for anyone to utilize these licks is to practice them in all keys and then inserting rests, repetitions, double stops in order to create new lines.

Including TAB, chord symbols and suggested finger positions.

G7 Licks #1 (One page) - $2.99

These are essential diatonic(inside) licks that are based on connections between G Mixolydian and suspended intervalic leaps such as fourths and fifths etc. Here you will get four licks of 4 bars each with TAB. Click for a sample.

Guitar Intros-Free!! - Free!!

Eight examples of chords and melody lines over common jazz progressions. These introductions(Four pick up bars) are meant to be played before any standards. The Examples are in the keys of C, F and G. Including TAB and a brief survey for each exercise. 

Inroductions.pdf

II-V-I Walkin Master - $2(Two ages)

This is an essential survey of how to connect a bass line with a simple voice leading of a standard jazz harmony.It starts with a quick explanation about the basics of how to build a hipper  and melodic bass line.

Line building for II-V-I (Eight pages) - $6

These examples describe how to build a clear melody over standard V I and II V I progression using approach tones ,chromatic and diatonic scales motion. This should guide your ears to "hear" and understand how to outline common jazz harmonies. Including TAB, short annotations, chord symbols and examples of sub harmonies. Please click for a sample page.