Rich Severson has 21 chord licks played over progressions commonly found in jazz standards. Chord licks are ways of playing certain chord progressions that are melodic and interesting. Many new chord shapes can be found in these licks and Rich will explain chord make up, substitutions, and inversions. Learning these chord licks will make learning chord shapes easy and they will also serve as a hook to remember the new chord shapes. The video includes detailed close-ups to illustrate the fingerings. Each one is visually demonstrated slowly on the video and includes a PDF file with each chord lick written in chord grids and standard notation.
Licks can be purchased individually, each a 4-7 minute video with PDF, or a together as a bundle.
STUDENT COMMENT: I just finished my first review of the guitar chord licks and they are such an eye opener I can't believe it. I have heard some of these licks used in tunes for years and never could have figured them out on my own. You continue to amaze me and with your outstanding playing and teaching techniques. With your help I am becoming a little better each day. Thanks a million, cause that's what its worth, S.T.