In this guitar lesson we will learn how to play my gypsy jazz arrangement and improvisation on the changes of "Isn't She Lovely" written by the great Stevie Wonder.
Hello dear fellow guitarplayers,
in this guitar lesson we will learn how to play my gypsy jazz arrangement and improvisation on the changes of "Isn't She Lovely" written by the great Stevie Wonder.
For those of you who want to improve fingerstyle slap/pop technique and also learn how to improvise over this progression, this is the right lesson for you.
The progression is just a little bit different from the original one (I have added some extra chords in there) just to achieve a jazzy sound.
//: Bm7 / E9 / Em9 A13 / D6/9 F#alt /
Bm7 / E9 / Em9 A13 / D6/9 D7b9 /
Gmaj / F#b13 / Bm7 / E9 /
Em7 D/F# / Gmaj G/A / D / F#alt ://
The tabs included are with explanation of the left and right hand picking patterns.
There are 12 slow/fast videos explaining each 8 bars of the progression - 2 videos for the main theme and 2 more for the main theme at the end.
There are 8 slow/fast videos for the improvisation (in a gypsy jazz style) for you to have a close look of how it's played.
Hope you will have fun learning this composition and feel free to leave a comment.
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