Jazz Chord Progressions taught by Adrian Ingram

“A scholar as well as a professional guitarist for over 30 years, Adrian Ingram is a respected and prolific writer … one of jazz guitar’s most gifted players as well as its foremost historian.” In this introductory lesson, Adrian teaches chord progressions in jazz guitar, focusing on the II-VI. From the DVD “Essentials of Jazz Guitar.” More info at www.guitarvideos.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

24 thoughts on “Jazz Chord Progressions taught by Adrian Ingram

  1. @Missmissrey the less work you gotta put into playing, the more soul you can add!

  2. i found a simpler explanation. Search for “Lesson: Play guitar in any key now”

  3. typical english teacher/lecturer. They always like to make simple things complicate just so that it sounds extravagant. I DONT UNDERSTAND!!!!!!!

  4. mr Adrian i like the way you teach i was just looking for jazz info and came upon you video is somethings i was trying to understand and i got it fron this video you have another person looking at your videos from now thanks keep it up.

  5. great lesson… could do with the chords being used as a screen shot or something…

  6. wow! i WOULD LOVE TO HEAR THIS GUY AD-LIS SOME HARD CORE OLD SCHOOL STYLE METAL! plese pal??? please

  7. Nice lesson. It’s very rewarding to study Jazz Progression chords. Great tone Adrian. Thanks.

  8. Roman numerals, I, IV, VII, are used for the degrees of the scale to avoid confusion with Arabic numerals which specify the notes added to the basic major or minor triad, e.g. Gm7b5, Eb 6/9

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