Jazz Guitar Lessons Online
With Morten Faerestrand
As a member of “Morten’s Lessons” you’ll get immediate access to hundreds of premium jazz guitar lessons!
The lessons on this site are carefully designed to make sure that you get the most out of your time spent on the guitar, at your own convenience.
There are new lessons added to the library each week, and any questions you might have, I’ll be glad to answer in the question box below each lesson.
Whatever level you’re at, you’re guaranteed that you’ll find many exciting ideas to play with here.
Not only will learning all these new ideas make you sound a lot better, you will also experience having more FUN and fulfillment playing jazz guitar!
I’ll see you on the inside!
YouTube Sample Lesson
Here’s a sample of one of the jazz guitar ideas that we’re exploring on the inside. In the left sidebar you’ll find many other free lessons to give you a taste of what’s happening on the inside of MortensLessons.com.
Jazz Guitar Lesson categories:
• 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.