Coltrane Changes

"Coltrane Changes" are now a staple of the jazz language and every serious jazz guitarist should be familiar with them and know how to navigate them while comping and soloing. This lesson will put you on a solid trajectory to understanding these chord progressions.

By Corey Christiansen

Online Lesson For Solo, Lead Playing, Jazz Guitar , Improvisation, Guitar, John Coltrane

This lesson is part of the online course:

Corey Christiansen's Master Class Workshop

Archive Of Corey's Live Lesson Series

Roughly 30 minute "live online workshops" by Corey Christiansen have been recorded and archived and are available for you to access.

An Online Course For Turnaround, Tritone Substitution, Triads, Tension, Technique, Substitutions, Speed, Solo Jazz Guitar, Solo, Seventh (7th) Chord, Secondary Dominant, Right Hand Technique, Relaxation, Playing Outside, Pentatonic Scale, Modern Jazz, Melodic Minor, Lead Playing, Jazz Lines, Jazz Guitar , Jazz Blues, Jazz, Inversions, Improvisation, Harmony, Guitar: Electric, Guitar, Fretboard, Embellishment, Diminished, Diatonic Harmony, Comping, Chromatic, Chords, Chord Melody, Blues, Bebop Lines, Bebop, Back Cycling, Accuracy, 3 To b9, 12 Bar Blues, John Coltrane
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