In this course, Paul unpacks eight of his popular Instagram performance videos, taking you step-by-step through the theory and technique involved in each one.
We’ll cover unique voicings, lines, harmony, and improvisational concepts/techniques.
Some of this material may be difficult at first, but the key is to take it slow — expand on the concepts in each lesson by applying them to songs you know before moving to the next lesson.
|·||Preview reel Free preview|
|·||Don't Know Why improvisation|
|·||A Hot Day in LA|
|·||Isn't She Lovely improvisation|
|·||Red Clay Improvisation|
Paul Castelluzzo, born and raised in San Diego, California, started playing guitar at age 8. Early influences were Delta blues artists such as Elmore James, Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, along with cajun and zydeco music and (of course) rock and roll.
In his high school jazz ensemble, Paul discovered his love for more complex harmonies and rhythms. Since then, he’s devoted his studies to the language of jazz. These days, his focus has been fusing jazz harmonies with music that is more current and mainstream.
Along with his passion for jazz, Paul is currently in Los Angeles writing/recording with world-renowned producer Rodney “Dark Child” Jerkins -- giving him a balance between the pop/R&B and and jazz worlds. Online, you might have seen Paul’s guitar videos on Instagram.
Soundslice is the ultimate learning and practice environment for music.
Our site gives you sheet music (and tablature) that’s synced with real audio/video recordings. That means you’ll be listening to real performances as you work through material — giving you insight into the human elements of music that couldn’t possibly be notated.
Use our simple-yet-powerful tools to explore music deeply. Slow down audio/video without changing pitch; loop sections simply by dragging across notation. It’s seamless and beautiful.
When you buy, you get instant access. Everything works in your web browser, with nothing to download or install. Works on tablets and smartphones, too.
Best of all, a majority of the proceeds goes directly to the instructor, not to a faceless corporation. Thanks for supporting musicians!