Sugar is a soulful, classic jazz standard from by Stanley Turentine from the 70's, it's a must know for every jazz guitarists. The tune played in Cmin has plenty of 1-6-2-5 minor chord changes, a good progression to be familiar with. Four lessons include a simple comping version using the Dirty Dozen Jazz Chords and an advanced comping lesson using a lot of unique chord inversions for min7b5 chords. The chord riffs used in this comping accompaniment also create melody. You'll also learn the head and a solo accessible to many levels over the chord progressions . This crafted solo is well thought out and lyrical and is to be played right after the melody. Rich also gives you insights into the lines which will give you ideas to create your own solos. This will also build your technique and start you hearing jazz lines to this minor jazz progression. 108 minutes total of video lessons with explanations and close ups demonstrated slowly by measure then rehearsed in sections. Printable PDF is written in tab, chord grids and standard notation plus MP3 practice tracks for each lesson.