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2-New chords and rythm advice

Here we'll see two new gypsy jazz chords and some advice to do the rhythm properly ...

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2-New chords and rythm advice
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2-New chords and rythm advice

    is it working ? great.. we shall put that right ... voila! Hello Philou I hope you're going well Hi others also ciao ciao ! I hope it goes well, & that you have worked like crazy all we saw last time if you want to see the last lesson the link is in the descriptions, so it's a beginners course on minor swing if you play a little bit, you know some chords and want to learn gypsy jazz it's the perfect lesson for you

    if you like this lessons do not hesitate to also put a little like,
    Subscribe to put the bell to get notifications when when I doing new videos for philou or else ... it motivates me to do more videos ! Rythm Demo

    So we will summarize what we saw ... the A minor 6

    the Dminor 6 here with the middle finger on the 10th fret the mi7 with this position and

    song structure so the intro, part of the chorus and the ending theme

    we will see a little rhythmic problems that everyone makes
    beginners usually makes, not only you Philou ... so the last time we has seen there were a few details to check, all beginners are doing the same mistakes, it's normal is how you learn... when we saw it was not bad you have worked hard the chord changes while there was a default that should be noted ... many beginners make it on the rhythm : you played on the first beat only

    the first string which gave something like that

    it's already good, it's the idea but as I said you
    must move up the left fingers and you have to play more not just the bass strings ...

    1 a little softer and 2 and 4 a little harder 1 2 3 4 ...

    but that does not mean that on the 1 and 3
    I only play bass string, I play 3.4 strings well I play even all the strings.. but on the 2 and 4 I'll play a little faster to give a dry and short tchak ! poum tchac

    so you see I repeat myself once
    I lift my fingers with each stroke look well

    Here, you see the trick
    So forget this bass that resonates and play well all strings, dry and short, and on 2 and 4 a little harder.. then a little advice

    also I was given an advice ... before time 2 and time 4 I was told
    to put the right hand a little bit more up, to have more speed and strength so it would give something like that

    you see 1,2,3,4 .... so naturally I go after time 1, a little bit more

    up and I play all the strings of a fairly quick shot
    going up left fingers to mute quickly the strings.. Here you have to practice to get good habits like that

    it is quite short & dry again I repeat myself but it's
    okay , I really remove the left fingers on the 2 and 4 pretty quickly you see it doesn't

    resonate ... it's not that ...it does not mean that you can not

    do resonating strings but you must control what you do and
    it's best to start raising the left fingers to have shorter sound Excercise for the change of chord positions then the difficulty that all beginners is to place correctly fingers changing agree without delay to hang in and stay well

    on the tempo... here going from A minor

    to E7.. So what I propose as an exercise is to make a bar

    of each chord slowly, with the finger playing the bass in mind.. the finger

    that touch the lowest string, think about it first so
    Aminor, the third finger will go on the low strings, and E7 is the ring finger that will go

    the seventh fret of the A strings.. here is the exercise 1 2 3 4...

    Aminor ... and after we go on E7
    A minor, 1 2 3 4 E7

    Do that five minutes

    and thinking to move the finger playing the bass note first
    try to put your finger on the lower first like that at least if you have not yet put the other fingers you'll have the right note in the bass and this is the minimum so that I think this is the main difficulty when you're beginner you going to stay in tempo

    because not arrive to do well you change the agreement so this
    really leads up to it for a while as long as the fingers are naturally positions as agreements so it is the main difficulty for beginners nab the right chord positions

    will now be seeing a little different agreements which are more often played

    in this style there actually minor we will replace thatwe were doing

    in this position with the finger on the 10th box we will replace it with this
    agreement there is what is traditionally performed for jazz gypsy for for Minor Swing in fact it is a Dminor 6 but is a

    kind of reversal ie it will change the order of the notes and the sixth
    corresponding to so will end up in the low minor so that

    I will be seen exactly on the index if the second box rope

    the, annular on the third box D string

    the second major G string box and the little finger the little finger on the

    third box string if the other body is the same choking the
    fat finger eh you touch a little bit and it sounds not ...

    ok then it just
    now you used to make this one instead of the one where you see what I'm ok Philou so we will train a little bit slowly will make a measurement of each year as I have shown you all at the time and 1 2 3 4 ...

    another new agreement we will do what is b7 If we will do

    like that it's a perfect position for the rhythm, so finger on the

    sixth box, the 5th fret to the string index of the, ring 6th D string box

    and the little finger on the 7th floor chord box

    looks good hop you do not play the two high strings have suffocates

    so it b7 If this is a kind of substitution of the E7 we will play on

    the chorus grid in the second part
    when it's Dmin6 then Amin6 and then was E7, 2 bars and we will play

    Bb7 instead of the first measure E7, so on the grid

    you see here, it's the last line of the chorus
    we will do If Bb7 and E7 and then Am6 and E7 ... it will come

    just once to a little bit of spice
    to the grid. Try to do well the transition from Am6 to the Bb7 so with this exercise one bar each, not too fast ...

    1 2 3 4 ...

    Doublebass break on intro
    for the intro to have a little bit of fun, especially if you're playing only with two guitars, you can replace the bass in the break & do this nice little phrase that will delight your guests 🙂

    it goes like this ...
    here is the intro with this little line... 1 2 3 4 oups sorry I'll do the intro with this bass line, it's fun and easy.. 1 2 3 4 ...

    bass break

    and it goes on the chorus grid so I will detail
    you go from 5th fret of the E string, then 7th & 8th , then you change strings , 5th fret on the A string, 7th

    7th and you go back down the same notes

    in tempo... 3.4 ...

    that's it for this start it's pretty nice
    Play the song with the new chords Now we will see the form with these two new chords The Dmin6 instead of doing it 10th fret, we do Dm6 with bass on the B (2 fret of A string)

    and so the first mi7 at the end we will replace it with
    Bb7 ...let's begin the intro & chorus let's go 1 2,3,4 the Am6, 3.4 min Dm6...

    Am6 , Dm6 ... Am6, Dm6, the little line

    Am6, Dm6, Am6, Dm6, Am6, Dm6, and go to chorus

    again Dm6 the E7 ...

    now the fourth line, no errors it's not E7
    it's Am6, and here Bb7

    E7 and the end Am6 and E7
    and it starts again... 1234

    and the fourth line Dm6 and back to Am6
    no error ... 1 2 34, ... Bb7 ... 1,2,3,4 ... ok

    So much for the news of this week so work
    everything very good, careful of the metronome, don't slow down etc.

    etc. and then see you soon ciao ciao

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