When Wes Montgomery introduced octaves in his playing that sweet sound gained him immediate attention. Octaves are playing the same note on two strings usually one octave apart. Rich will show you up close, slowly and in detail 16 different Wes Montgomery style jazz octave licks in these video lessons. He'll discuss how Wes superimposed other chords over the rhythm changes to accentuate the upper partials. He will demonstrate how to play with your thumb like Wes did to get that same warm tone. Each lick is written in tab and notation in a PDF file.
Licks can be purchased individually or all 16 together in a 60 minute video with PDF booklet.