It’s time to learn from Stuart Ziff! Most blues guitarists spend the majority of their practice time learning and applying the fundamentals of the blues, often overlooking the importance that jazz guitar techniques can have on their playing and sound. Studying jazz can reap a multitude of benefits in your blues guitar playing — it’ll help expand your musical vocabulary of chords, scales and modes, sharpen your improvisational skills, and much more.

In Stuart Ziff’s Jazz Guitar for Blues Players, you’ll study solos inspired by legends of jazz, and learn how to incorporate their styles into your blues playing.

Here are some free samples from Stuart Ziff’s Jazz Guitar for Blues Players. Get this course now!

Kenny Burrell Slow Blues – Part 1 – Concept & Demo

In The Style of Kenny Burrell – Lead – Concept & Demo

In The Style of Kenny Burrell – Rhythm – Concept & Demo

Kenny Burrell Slow Blues – Part 2 – Concept & Demo

Blues Scales vs. Dominant Arpeggios – Concept & Demo

“If you’re a blues guitar player and have been exposed to the likes of Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, and Grant Green, you might wonder if you can adopt their style. This course is designed to help you start to grasp that style of playing. Blues is a fundamental part of jazz language.

By learning these solos, you’ll begin to perceive jazz in a new light. Your blues playing will sound much jazzier, and you’ll gain a better understanding of swing. This course will prepare you for more advanced aspects of playing jazz.”

You’ll have TrueFire’s interactive learning tools at your fingertips to personalize your workspace and learn at your own pace.

The demonstrations and performances are tabbed, notated, and synced to the video with controls for looping, slow motion, fretboard animation, and many other tools designed to accelerate the learning process.

You’ll also get tab and standard notation files to print out, Guitar Pro files, and backing tracks to practice with.

Grab your guitar, and let’s dig in with Stuart Ziff!