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In this Jazz Guitar Today lesson, Davy Mooney focuses on more position playing, negative guide tones, and anticipating the dominants.

In this video, Davy Mooney explores John Coltrane’s “Countdown,” focusing on position playing, negative guide tones, and Barry Harris’ concept of anticipating the dominants on “Trane changes.”

Welcome to Advanced Improvisational Concepts by Davy Mooney professor of jazz guitar at University of North Texas.

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Check out Davy’s new album on Sunnyside, “Davy Mooney and the Hope of Home Band Live at National Sawdust”.

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