Oz Noy Guitar Improvisation Workout
Course

Guitar Improvisation Workout (Stand-Alone)

Taking the Mystery out of Improvising - Step by Step


  • * Learn Improvisation unrelated to ANY STYLE with OZ NOY
  • * Jam-packed 2.5-hour Masterclass
  • * PDFs incl. TABS
  • * MP3 & Video Play-Alongs with his Killer Band!
  • * BONUS: in-depth 50-minute Interview & GEAR Section
  • * Take/export Private Notes + Discuss with Course Members

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2. Introduction
3. Chord Concept
9. Minor Pentatonic (Killer Bluesy Improv Demo)
24. Exercise 5: Jumpin’ 3rds Altered Scale + Importance of RHYTHM (+ Demo)
54. G7 Blues – Trading with Oz (and Band)

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Lessons

1. A Friendly Request

2. Introduction

3. Chord Concept

4. Color Concept

5. Scale Options over a Dominant Chord

6. Dominant Chord - Scale Options

7. Dominant Scale

8. Pentatonic Scale

9. Minor Pentatonic (Killer Bluesy Improv Demo)

10. Major Pentatonic

11. Whole Tone Scale

12. Diminished Scale

13. Altered Scale

14. Summary So Far

15. Using Scales over a Dominant Scale Vamp

16. Exercise 1: Jumpin' 3rds Dominant Scale

17. Ex. 1 Play-Along: Jumpin' 3rds Dominant Scale

18. Exercise 2: Jumpin' 3rds (4ths) Pentatonic Scale

19. Ex. 2 Play-Along: Jumpin' 3rds (4ths) Pentatonic Scale

20. Exercise 3: Jumpin' 3rds Whole Tone Scale

21. Ex. 3 Play-Along: Jumpin' 3rds Whole Tone Scale

22. Exercise 4: Jumpin' 3rds Diminished Scale

23. Ex. 4 Play-Along: Jumpin' 3rds Diminished Scale

24. Exercise 5: Jumpin' 3rds Altered Scale + Importance of RHYTHM (+ Demo)

25. Ex. 5 Play-Along: Jumpin' Altered Scale

26. Exercise 6: Triads over Dominant Scale

27. Ex. 6 Play-Along: Triads over Dominant Scale

28. Exercise 7: Triads over Pentatonic Scale

29. Ex. 7 Play-Along: Triads over Pentatonic Scale

30. Exercise 8: Triads over Whole Tone Scale

31. Ex. 8 Play-Along: Triads over Whole Tone Scale

32. More Ideas

33. Exercise 9: Triads over Diminished Scale

34. Ex. 9 Play-Along: Triads over Diminished Scale

35. Exercise 10: Triads over Altered Scale

36. Ex. 10 Play-Along: Triads over Altered Scale

37. Exercise 11: Arpeggios over Dominant Scale

38. Ex. 11 Play-Along: Arpeggios over Dominant Scale

39. Exercise 12: Arpeggios over Pentatonic Scale

40. Ex.12 Play-Along: Arpeggios over Pentatonic Scale

41. Exercise 13: Arpeggios over Whole Tone Scale

42. Ex. 13 Play-Along: Arpeggios over Whole Tone Scale

43. Exercise 14: Arpeggios over Diminished Scale

44. Ex. 14 Play-Along: Arpeggios over Diminished Scale

45. Exercise 15: Arpeggios over Altered Scale

46. Ex. 15 Play-Along: Arpeggios over Altered Scale

47. Other Patterns (Ex. 18, 16, 17, 19)

48. Ex. 16: Dominant Play-Along

49. Ex. 17: Whole Tone Play-Along

50. Ex. 18: Diminished Play-Along

51. Ex. 19: Altered Play-Along

52. Improvisation - Applied to Blues

53. G7 Blues - Using All Scales

54. G7 Blues - Trading with Oz (and Band)

55. The Magic of Half Step Up & Down

56. Putting it All Together & Applying it to Any Style

57: Credits

58. EXTRAS: Oz' Gear

59. INTERVIEW