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Two-handed comping using tune up

Two-handed comping using tune up: Jazz Piano: 4 Tunes & Practice Routines
Two-handed comping using tune up: Jazz Piano: 4 Tunes & Practice Routines

In this lesson George shows us how to play upper structure triads on the tune, “Tune Up.” He demonstrates this over a backing track while calling out the notes as he plays them. Triads are a really great ay to construct your chords when comping for yourself or other players all-the-while creating a very nice jazz sound.

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