The Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course is Available October 6th!

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Hey guitarists!

Claude here…

Course includes:

3 Full Length DVDs…
A Huge Physical Black Book of Jazz Standards (over 230)
Plus, Clay’s Real Easy Jazz Guidebook

Check out out this sample clip:

The next song that we’re going to undertake is
“Here’s That Rainy Day” and this is a beautiful song.

It’s often played as a ballad, sometimes it’s played
as a bossa nova. This affords us another opportunity
to do a chord melody, because this song just lays-out
really nicely for chord melody and it’s a fairly easy
one to learn.

Our first chord in this song is a G-major chord and
our first melody note is a D. That happens to lay really
nicely with this position of your G-major chord and G-major key.

Now, you’ll notice the next section; right away, you
still have a D melody note, but your chord is B-flat-7.

All right?

So we know from our very first lessons that B-flat-7
indicates that we’re moving into another key. That B-flat-7
is the five chord of the key of E-flat.

It’s straight over here to E-flat.

And then your next chord is A-flat-major-7.

Hi, this is Claude Johnson and you just got done watching
some sample clips of the “Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course”.

It’s going to be an awesome course.

How to play your favorite songs from the 60's & 70's on the guitar

  • You'll Get The Guitar Song Guidebook

    A Step-By-Step Guide To Getting Started Playing Guitar And All Your Favorite Songs... Reading this guide cuts hours off your learning curve and saves you thousands on expensive lessons.

  • FREE Instant Access To Hundreds Of Short and Simple Guitar Lessons

    You'll get quick and easy, step-by-step guitar lessons that guide you through your favorite songs from the 60's and 70's. Don't miss these lessons if you want to upgrade your chops FAST.

  • Download and Print "The Ultimate Guitar Chord Chart"

    This is a printable chart that you put on your wall, you'll never forget how to play another chord again (and you'll pick up some new ones.)

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