Jazz Guitar Warmup: (Almost) Slurred Scale Exercise

by | Oct 25, 2020 | Guitar Exercises | 3 comments

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In this FretDojo episode we’re going to cover a very cool jazz guitar warmup which I call the ‘Almost Slurred Scale Exercise’ – a multilayered exercise to work out your speed, phrasing, position shifting, slurs and more – and also help get those creative juices flowing for your jazz guitar practice session. Enjoy!

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What did you think of this jazz guitar quick tip? Leave your comments below…


Greg O’Rourke

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  1. John Wilson

    Greg, you’ve got a typo in your link to the PDF for this lesson: “fretRdojo.com.”

    • Angie O'Neill

      Hi John, should be all fixed up now!

  2. Jerry Battista

    Great exercise, Greg. Applicable immediately to soloing over lots of “Moondance” bars in key of Am – Dorian (G-scale). Thanks !


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