Mike Moreno 3 (Rhythmic Comping)

Mike Moreno 3 (Rhythmic Comping)

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Artist: Mike Moreno
Length: 43:38
Description: In part three (3 of 3) of this jazz guitar lesson series, acclaimed guitarist Mike Moreno gives you insight into his exciting playing style. Mike breaks down his approach to comping which focuses on rhythm, sound and guide tones. If you're a fan of Mike Moreno's playing and want to learn to accompany better in the jazz context, this guitar masterclass series is for you. NOTE: There is an optional PDF which includes the embedded notation from the videos in this series. It is included in the DISCOUNTED BUNDLE AVAILABLE HERE or it can be purchased separately.

Topics Covered: Guitar, Comping, Using Rhythm, Comping Tone, Comping Technique, Using Guide Tones, Harmonizing Top Note Melodies, Playing With The Beat, Playing With A Pianist, Using Simple Voicings, Voice Leading, Rhythm Changes, “Stablemates” Changes, “Tune Up” Changes, “Hearing”, Playing With The Beat, Downbeats, Upbeats, Chord Duration, Etc.

Mike Moreno

Originally from Houston, Texas, Mike began studying music formally at the Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, a school renowned for its musical alumni, which includes such luminaries as Jason Moran, Robert Glasper, Brian Michael Cox, Eric Harland, Chris Dave, Kendrick Scott, and Beyoncé.

After graduating, Mike moved to New York City with a scholarship to attend the New School University. While still in school he began garnering the recognition necessary to be called to perform and tour with some of the most venerable names in the Jazz world as well as rising stars of the scene.

Over the years, they have included The Joshua Redman Elastic Band, Lizz Wright Band, Nicholas Payton Quartet, Stefon Harris Sonic Creed, Me’Shell N’Degeocello, Jason Moran, Terence Blanchard, Robert Glasper, Ambrose Akinmusire, Gretchen Parlato, Aaron Parks, Claudia Acuña, Greg Osby 4, Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Jeremy Pelt, John Ellis, Myron Walden, Kenny Garret, Yosvany Terry, Ralph Bowen, Will Vinson and more.

Content By Mike Moreno