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Instruments > Guitar > Jazz Improv Guitar with Chuck Loeb

Jazz Improv Guitar
with Chuck Loeb

Chuck Loeb’s legacy archive is a truly comprehensive video library with hundreds of jazz guitar lessons. Students have unlimited access to online guitar lessons as well as tablature and backing tracks. Learn how to play the guitar from the late jazz legend.

 Jazz improvisation techniques  Learn the 6 positions

 Lessons using music modes  Ear training exercises

Chuck Loeb

What You'll Learn

What makes these jazz guitar lessons truly unique is that this is the only place online preserving the playing and teaching legacy of the late, great Chuck Loeb through the library of videos submitted by students using the ArtistWorks Video Exchange Learning® platform. Chuck reviewed each submission and recorded a video response, offering specific guidance to the student to take their guitar playing to the next level. All students can access the Video Exchange library and watch these interactions with Chuck. This library is comprehensive and may contain the key to unlock your playing.

Top Quality Guitar Lessons

  • 100s of guitar lessons at your own pace
  • All levels and styles of playing welcome
  • Slow Motion & Looping on videos

About Chuck Loeb

Chuck Loeb was a versatile composer, arranger and producer with a passion for jazz guitar. He was exposed to jazz through fusion music of the early 70s and his influences included Wes Montgomery, George Benson, John McLaughlin and Pat Martino. He played with jazz luminaries like Chico Hamilton, Ray Barreto, Hubert Laws, and many others during his career and became the musical director and composer for the Stan Getz band in 1979. A renowned soloist, his 1996 solo release "The Music Inside" held the number one position on the contemporary jazz charts for six weeks. He was a member of the Bob James led group Fourplay from 2010 until he passed away from cancer in 2017.

Jazz Guitar Lessons


  • Introduction to the Jazz Guitar School
  • Jazz Guitar Curriculum Overview
  • Nuts & Bolts
  • Guitar Yoga
  • How to Practice
  • Know Your Neck
  • Basic Theory of Intervals & The Number System
  • The Basic Position Concept: The 6 Positions
  • Why the 6 Positions Are Important
  • The 6 Positions: Playthrough
  • Intro to Chords
  • Introduction to Improvisation
  • Improvising with Patterns
  • Using the Number System to Discover Arpeggios & Patterns
  • Applying Intervals to the Blues
  • Introduction to Ear Training
  • Interval Ear Training
  • Placement
  • Miscellaneous

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What's In This Plan

  • Unlimited Access to Lessons
  • Archived Video Exchanges
  • Music Theory Workshop
  • Worldwide Community of Music Lovers