PAT MARTINO JAZZ GUITAR GUITAR LESSONS WITH TAB EXAMPLES AND FREE DOWNLOAD!

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Tribute to Pat Martino jazz guitar legend BLOG : With Pat Martino Guitar lesson in jazz improvisation

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TRIBUTE TO JAZZ GUITAR VIRTUOSO LEGEND PAT MARTINO: JAZZ EXAMPLES

Example 1-Minor Topic. In this line we move via D Dorian and D melodic minor. Interest is created by employing some colourful chromaticism that also gives continuity to the line. These long fluid lines employ a double timed 16ths feel with an upbeat that creates/anticipates forward movement.

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Pat Martino Minor Topic Jazz Guitar Chromatic lines lesson

Example 2-This is an outside sounding line that exploits chromaticism with E whole tone and A altered scales.

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Pat Martino “Whole Tone Scale” jazz outside approach [Guitar lesson]

Example 3-In this line we can see Pat Martinio’s unique use of Arpeggios, Intervals and Scales.

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Pat Martin Jazz guitar arpeggio, intervals and scale example lesson

Example 4- In this last example we delve into another one of Pat’s long fluid 16th jazz lines. This time there are two bars played over a static C7 chord. In this line we find, Mixolydian, Lydian Dominant, triad inversions, dyad/ 3rds and chromatic resolution.

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Pat Martino Mixolydian/Lydian Dominant Chromatic jazz guitar example. [Lesson]

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