Shell Chords – JAZZ PIANO TUTORIAL05:22

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Shell Chords – JAZZ PIANO TUTORIAL

by | Apr 7, 2018 | JAZZ, KEYBOARD, PIANO

JAZZ PIANO – Shell Chords

In this jazz piano video tutorial made by Walk That Bass, you are going to learn what shell chords are. The teacher talks about how to play chords in your left hand.

Now, in Jazz you don’t always need to play every single note in a chord. The most important notes are generally the 3rd and the 7th (guide tones) and any altered and extended notes, the root and the fifth are generally not really considered too important. This means you can just leave them out (especially if you’re being accompanied by a bassist)

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