George Benson welcomes you to the course.
George talks about why he likes the song "Danny Boy" and hnow he likes to play it.
In this video, George plays a solo using examples found in the booklet.
George discusses why the learning the blues is a because of the chord change styles.
Continuing his discussion of learning the blues helping you become a jazz guitarist, George what you can do with chromatics.
George plays another solo.
In this video, George discusses the concept of singing while playing the guitar.
George plays the song "Nature Boy."
George discusses what he learned from the great Wes Montgomery.
In this video, George discusses "Rattling" notes.
George shows how he plays the song "On Broadway."
George talks about the legendary B.B. King's guitar playing.
In this video, George shows how Chuck Berry's style of playing inspired some of his own.
George shows how turnarounds can be used.
George talks about the importance of experimentation.
In this final video, George ends the course with one last song.
Eight-time Grammy-winner George Benson covers chord substitutions, turnarounds, the Wes Montgomery style, and more. He also demonstrates his signature scat-style singing on the groundbreaking “This Masquerade” and soloing over the famous “On Broadway” vamp.
As a bonus, several virtuoso solo jazz and blues guitar performances by Benson himself are included as further proof, if it were needed, of his total mastery of jazz guitar.
See why George Benson is and will forever be a true guitar monster!
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