Sal Salvador – Jazz Chording and Comping
Feb 15 2016
Throughout this informative and jam-packed tape, Sal teaches you jazz chord forms and substitutions, flat 5 substitutions, playing behind a soloist as well as a vocalist in a duet setting, II-V-I progressions, altering chords as they lead to a minor chord, I-VI-II-V progressions in major and minor, the ‘Charleston’ beat, comping, soloing over major and minor I-IV-II-V progressions and much more. Many of the examples are illustrated with Sal’s band, including some terrific jazz vocals.
Sal Salvador was a capable soloist and accompanist whose single-string style, shaped by his early interest in the music of Charlie Christian, was augmented by extensive studies of guitar technique.
Running time: 00:57:02
Video: XviD 352×256; 25 fps; 1700 kbps
Audio: MP3 2 ch, 44100 Hz, 128 kbps
Size: 700 Mb