The most important jazz guitar tip no-one gives a thought to

by | Nov 23, 2017 | Articles, General Updates |

Do you know what has given me the fastest progress for my jazz guitar playing?

It’s not the piles of textbooks, sitting dusty and neglected on my shelf.

It’s not listening to piles of recordings.

And no, it’s not from transcribing hours of jazz solos.

What has helped me the most, is something most aspiring players overlook.

Do you know what it is? (You’re probably not expecting me to say this):

The answer:

Picking the brains of players that are better than me.

Guys further up the ladder have made the mistakes that they can help you avoid.

They have usually taught loads of students and have identified the common pitfalls.


To quote Chuck Berry – they can “play a guitar just like a-ringin’ a bell”.

This is why I love this Fret Dojo gig – I have the opportunity to talk and ask questions to some of the leading masters of jazz guitar alive today.

But here’s the best part:

Now you have this opportunity, just like I do.

In case you haven’t heard the news, Howard Alden is doing an exclusive live coaching call this week for Fret Dojo.

This is your chance to directly ask Howard questions and learn the secrets to soloing, chord melody, and more from one of the greatest (living) jazz guitarists of the modern age.

Don’t let this fish get away – you have until the end of today to make a booking as we need to finalize the numbers for tomorrow.

Make haste Frodo! Go here now to get in on the game:

Greg O’Rourke,

Founder, Fret Dojo

World Leader in Online Jazz Guitar Education


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