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Presenting the first ever A – Z guide to building a rock solid foundation for your jazz guitar improvisation skills. 

My online course, The Fundamentals of Jazz Guitar Improvisation,  is a revolutionary step-by-step 10 week program in which you’ll learn how to improvise confidently and musically over five classic jazz standards – which feature the most common chord progressions of the jazz language.

This means you’ll be able to solo over hundreds of jazz standards just by learning these five tunes!

You’ll acquire authentic sounding jazz vocabulary and be able to navigate with it across the fretboard in a way more confident than ever before.

You’ll be fluent and more intentional in your soloing, and finally be able to keep up with the chord changes as you improvise.

You won’t sound like you’re just playing scales and arpeggios anymore – instead, you’ll be busting out hip sounding melodies spontaneously.

The result?

You won’t need to think so much when you improvise. Soloing will become an effortless, natural process – which is how it should be.

You’ll be comfortable taking a solo when someone asks you to.

You’ll be able to solo melodically – rather than just ‘scientifically’ applying a bunch of scales and arpeggios.

And – You’ll finally have that the confidence YOU need to truly call yourself a “jazz guitarist.”

How awesome is that!

It’s Everything YOU Need for Hip Sounding Soloing: 

✅ A rock solid approach for navigating the guitar fretboard in any key and any position

✅ A detailed look at the most common jazz chord progressions and how to tackle improvising over them

✅ Classic jazz lines from the master jazz players to build a rock solid vocabulary.

✅ And it won’t be just boring exercises – you’re going to apply all this to 5 classic jazz standards that are some of the most commonly played tunes and jams and gigs

“I took a chance with Fret Dojo and it turned out to be exactly what I needed.”

“Trying to establish a strong jazz foundation has been difficult for me. I was tired of cobbling together disjointed lessons from all over creation. There are so many different lessons and hacks out there, some good but mostly not. I was spinning my wheels trying to curate my own curriculum while trying to learn jazz at the same time. What I really needed was a long term structured course.

Greg designs this course so that you have clear guidance every step of the way. I also appreciate that he makes himself very accessible for questions and feedback. Everything I’ve learned from Fret Dojo is incredibly indispensable and it also consolidated my previously cobbled together nuggets of theory.”

~ Louis B., USA

“I would highly recommend Greg’s course and teaching to any guitar player who is looking to improve their soloing skills and is seriously interested in getting quality value for their time and money.”

“I really do believe that Greg’s course on the ‘Fundamentals of Jazz Improvisation’ helped me to further not only my playing skills in soloing but also to become a better performing musician on guitar in Jazz and other styles as well. Greg’s positive and informative approach to teaching is inspiring. His explanations are simple but are loaded with enough information to keep even the seasoned players building and adding to their skill set. His course is laid out in an easy to understand way that builds one concept on the other and gives his students a well rounded understanding of navigating the fretboard and in speaking the language of Jazz through their playing.

I would highly recommend his course and teaching to any guitar player who is looking to improve their soloing skills and is seriously interested in getting quality value for their time and money. I look forward to studying with Greg again in the future in more of his amazing courses. I Hope to see you there!”

~ Bryon Thompson,
(BMus from the University of Victoria, British Columbia.)
Working Musician, and Music Teacher.

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