Library

Chord Yoga – chakra moves for your guitar. We create an online learning platform that unlocks your pathway to fretboard fluency and creativity by combining our curriculum including comprehensive guitar methods and etudes from jazz to neo soul with transcriptions of seminal solo guitar performances by players like Bill Frisell, Jim Hall, Julian Lage, Jim Hall and contemporary session guitarists. Learn how to apply knowledge gained from music theory with a very practical twist.

Methods | Transcriptions | Etudes

Stella By Starlight vs. Negative Harmony
How to apply the concept of ‘negative harmony’ to a standard and turn it into a method to find interesting
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A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall – Bill Frisell
Bob Dylans’ “A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall.” Frisell’s Telecaster is heavily modified:
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A Change Is Gonna Come – Bill Frisell
Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come,” a tune Frisell first covered for his 2008 album, 'History, Mystery.'
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How Do You Sleep – George Harrison (slide guitar)
George Harrison's slide guitar fills and solo for “How Do You Sleep?” From the newly released footage of John Lennon
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Rambler – Bill Frisell
“Playing solo is always a challenge,” Frisell says. “For me, music has all along been so much about playing with
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Study for Electric Guitar – Julian Lage
Julian Lage, live at National Sawdust in Brooklyn on June 28, 2017, performing “Study for Electric Guitar”.
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Arranging for Solo Guitar: Amazing Grace
"One of the first things that's really important is to actually know the song What do I mean by knowing
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Chord-Melody Phrases
Looking for fresh ideas? A quick peek into concepts for harmonizing, substituting and new voicing ideas. Comes with the etude
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Jazz Guitar 101
A comprehensive overview on arpeggios, scales and harmonies and how to use them musically to further your creativity on the
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Neo Soul Guitar 101
A compact overview and application of essential chord progressions, rhythms, melodic fills and a deeper look into rhythmic/percussive guitar techniques:
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