Play What You Hear Volume 2
  • Format: Online
  • Publisher: PlayJazzGuitar.com
  • Author: Chris Standring


From intermediate to advanced, this cutting edge video software program presents Chris Standring in the first of a jazz guitar masterclass series. In this 11 lesson program Chris discusses building vocabulary, connecting new phrases to existing vocab, rhythm & comping including walking basslines and comping at the same time, and six live performances by Chris, all transcribed with notation and TAB. Comes with play along tracks, spiral bound workbook and optional DVD.

"I downloaded the course and found it to be much more informative than I expected one of these courses to be! You lay it out very clearly and the musical ideas are all super cool, especially the II - V - I bebop phrases. I also liked your solos over "All the Things You Are" and the other tunes, too. In fact, all your solos have good, solid construction and a very swinging feel. I think this course will be very helpful to anyone that's looking to play over changes. Playing through this course will give the serious student of the instrument a more linear way to play up and down the neck, and in turn expand their range on the guitar. I can tell a LOT of work went into this project....All the best!" - Carl Verheyen, LA studio guitarist

"Hey Chris - How do I like Jazz Guitar Video Master Class Volume 1? Let me start by saying it's by far the best guitar instructional video series I've ever purchased for any style of music, bar none. And trust me when I say, I have a library of books and videos. It has totally changed my playing and set me on a course to become a great jazz guitarist. Thanks to you and your course the mysterious and cryptic elements of jazz guitar are starting to click for me. I can't thank you enough for creating this course. God bless". - Bill Adams

"Chris - your program is seriously good! It's well thought out and easy to use. It's bound to appeal to players who can play but want to learn jazz. I'm totally impressed with the intelligence and organization of this. You are also a totally natural teacher . Well done mate! " - Tony Smith, guitarist with Roy Ayers.