Examples of using intervals in guitar playing, part 2: fourths and fifths

Welcome back to this overview of intervals in guitar playing! In part one, we looked at thirds, sixths and tenths. In this follow up article, we will be taking a brief look at fourths and fifths. Both of these intervals can be used more ambiguously, as they remain the same in the context of aContinue reading “Examples of using intervals in guitar playing, part 2: fourths and fifths”

Great Guitarists #9: Grant Green

Welcome back to the Great Guitarists series. We’re continuing along a jazz theme for now, with a sometimes underrated master of understated single line guitar soloing… Grant Green Green was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1935, and died in 1979, aged just 43. In his all-too-short career, he played on hundreds of records, includingContinue reading “Great Guitarists #9: Grant Green”

Great Guitarists #4: Kenny Burrell

Today we look at the man behind one of my favourite jazz albums of all time… Kenny Burrell Kenny Burrell, at the Midnight Blue sessions, 1963 Born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1931, and into a musical family, Burrell has been recording and performing on the guitar since the start of the 1950’s. Burrell’s recording debutContinue reading “Great Guitarists #4: Kenny Burrell”