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Jack Zucker

@sheetsofsound · Guitar · cleveland, ohio

Jazz guitarist / teacher from Washington DC. Studied with Pat Martino, Dennis Sandole, Howard Roberts, Joe Pass, Andrew White and many others. Author of Sheets of Sound for Guitar series books https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/jackzucker

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A nice line utilizing pick and fingers, legato hammers and pull-offs. Inspired by Tom Quayle, Mike Brecker, Frank Gambale More…

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This etude uses all pentatonics, forward motion and treating the extended maj# chords with both #5 and #9#11 (the latter being a triad 1/2 step down from the root) More…

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Try this over a Bbmaj7 chord, A7, C7, Eb7, F#7 More…

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This version uses a triad a 1/2 step down from the root on the 3rd measure of each 4 bar Maj7 vamp More…

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These utilize a hammer-on from nowhere. This one is based on G pentatonic, it sounds cool over Db7Alt, G9sus, A9sus, Cmaj9, Fmaj9#11, etc. More…

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This is a great modern chord that fills in for a Dim7 Substition for a tonic. I.E. in the 50s you might have Dm7 G7 Cdim7 Cmaj7 but in more modern music you might have B/C instead of the Cdim7.… More…

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This is a legato etude to play over the Joe Henderson tune, Inner Urge More…

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This is a really cool line that produces a 7 over 8 polyrhythm. It can be played legato as written including the hammer on from nowhere on the 7th note of each pattern or explicitly articulated with pick… More…

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This is an example of cascading 5ths played diatonically across the neck of the fingerboard in diatonic 4ths. It’s an easy and wonderful way to incorporate modern intervals into your playing. Although… More…

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This exercise makes use of backsweeping. With this technique, you are not strictly sweeping since you are sometimes going against the grain in terms of string direction but each individual arpeggio is… More…

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Here's another cool line that you can play in 7 over 8 or just play in 8th notes and let it go over the bar with a polyrhythmic feel. You can also move it up and down chromatically for inside/outside playing.… More…

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This is one of the position studies I learned when studying with Pat Martino. This is the ascending version… More…