Building your jazz guitar chord vocabulary is really important because chords are kind of your main job when you're playing jazz guitar.
It's fun to study soloing and scales and arpeggios - but no matter what you're doing - whether you're playing in a big band, a small group or by yourself, playing chords and comping is going to be the most important thing that you do.
And that's why it is so important to keep learning new jazz guitar chords.
Even if you've read all of our articles and followed all the other advice on this website, it's going to take you a little bit of work to learn new jazz guitar chords and get them under your fingers.
That being said, it's also not that complicated.
You just have to go through the right steps to get there and be consistent about practicing new jazz guitar chords.
In this lesson we're going to take a look at some ideas that will help you get started with learning new jazz guitar chords, and we'll provide links to articles that will give you some good chord shapes to start with.
Alright, let's get started.