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Modern Jazz Guitarist Hristo Vitchev's New Video Masterclass "Harmonic Expansions" - Now Available

Published: 2012-11-26
Hristo Vitchev Bulgarian modern jazz guitarist/composer Hristo Vitchev demonstrates material from his book on chordal theory and construction: “Between the Voicings" in a comprehensive video lesson exclusively available through JazzGuitarSociety.com

In this video masterclass, Hristo Vitchev demonstrates how to expand your chordal vocabulary by breaking away from the traditional “Drop 2" and “Drop 2 & 4" voicings and bringing a fresh and modern sound to your chordal playing, accompaniment, and harmonic improvisations. Hristo takes you through his method of creating voicings utilizing his expansion technique which enables maximum flexibility in performance. The masterclass, (40 minutes in duration) gives detailed step by step explanation and includes a comprehensive PDF that documents all the material covered in the video. Hristo also discusses ways to practice this material. This will expand your chordal palette and inject a contemporary sound into your playing!

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