Jazz Guitar Lessons Online – Learn Jazz Guitar With Morten Faerestrand
On this site you’ll find hundreds of premium jazz guitar lessons.
I have carefully designed these lessons to make absolutely sure that you get the most out of your time spent on the guitar, at your own convenience.
Features that will make your learning experience better, and more enjoyable:
The content in the lessons ranges from easy to very complex, but the teaching is always easy to follow.
What students enjoys most is that I quicly and clearly break down the material, no matter how complex, into musical building blocks that they can start using right away!
I do explain any theory and harmony needed, I just don’t get into long and unnecessary monologues about it.
(The theory is the easy part anyway, you’re bound to get that down eventually. The PLAYING is what counts!)
Whatever level you’re at, you’re guaranteed to get excited.
Are you stuck in a rut? With hundreds of jazz guitar lessons to choose from, and new ones added every single week, you’re guaranteed to find the right lessons for you, whether you want to:
On MortensLessons.com you’ll find everything you need to become a well-rounded jazz guitarist, as well as a great improviser!
Give yourself this chance – TODAY!
I lost track a long time ago of how many mails and comments I have received from jazz guitarists, just like you, telling me how glad they are that they found this site, how much they have learned, and how much they enjoy this way of learning.
Signing up is fast and easy, so there’s really no reason to wait. 5 minutes and a few clicks from now, you could be well on your way.
Hope to see you on the inside!
Here’s a “proof” of the value you’re getting:
Many local jazz guitar students have literally begged me to get private, in-person lessons. My requirement for giving it to them is that they sign up and work on the lessons on this site a few weeks first. Well, guess what, after signing up here, almost no one feels they need in-person lessons any more!
Jazz Guitar Lesson – Free Sample
Here’s an example of how a lesson can be structured.
This lesson is on a fairly advanced topic, showing how you can strongly establish a dominant tonality, as well as using it as a tritone sub to create an altered sound.
(This particular lesson has no backing track)
More free lessons:
Jazz Guitar Lesson Categories On MortensLessons.Com:
• Soloing/Improvisation (By far the most comprehensive section)
• Rudiments – Scales, Chords, Arpeggios
• Solo Analysis
• Chord Melody/Solo Guitar
• On The Gig
• Guest Teacher Specials
Jazz Guitar Lessons Sound Examples:
(These are sound bytes taken from actual lessons)
Smooth & Bluesy
Bluesy jazz track in the style of early Larry Carlton. Short, and with a very clear dynamic structure, great for practicing the skill of sounding almost like you’re playing a composition, even though you are improvising!
John Scofield on Twang 2
3 snippets from Sco’s solo. More double stops, as well as a very cool single line with a lot of chromatic tension.
George Benson on Billies Bounce
Some fantastic bluesy lines to use on II-V’s or just on V’s.
Jan Gunnar Hoff on “Yeah I Heard” 1
We’re checking out some incredible lines from Norwegian jazz legend Jan Gunnar Hoff! This one’s a challenge!
Night And Day
Example of comping “Night and Day” with a standard rhythm section.
The Triplet Run
You have got to know this run!
Track for performing the piece, and thoughts about the arrangement.