In part three, the first lesson works on "Counter Lines" that is lines other than the melody that are within the chords and also connect the chords. They're used in chord melody and fingerstyle to fill in the dead air when the melody is suspended.
Lesson two shows examples of harmonizing a melody using contrary motion with a new arrangement of the intro and verse of The Way You Look Tonight using counter lines and contrary motion.
You won't need your metronome for lesson three! Learn Autumn Leaves in a rubato style and playing jazz counter lines in answer to the melody. Joe Pass was the master of this technique. By adding jazz lines in between the melody your arrangements will be interesting and have more of a jazz sound.
A total of 100 minutes of M4V* video lessons includes explanations and examples with close up fretboard demonstrations rehearsed slowly by measure then by section. Includes printable PDF in taband notation.