Autumn Leaves is the most important jazz standard you'll ever learn.
This tune contains 3 of the most important chord progressions in jazz, major 2514, minor 251, and the 36251 turnaround.
If you can play Autumn Leaves, you can play countless other jazz tunes that use those progressions.
This is why Autumn Leaves is such an important tune to learn.
Oh, and it's just plain fun to jam over!
To help you learn this essential tune, I've put together an in-depth study guide with videos, audio, backing tracks, PDFs, quizzes and more.
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Autumn Leaves Study Guide Contents
- Harmonic Analysis
- Transcription Exercise
- Blank Chord Chart
- Guide Tones for Comping
- Extended Chords with Roots
- Extended Chords without Roots
- Walking Basslines
- Single Note Ornaments
- Pentatonic Scales for Soloing
- Arpeggios for Soloing
- Scales for Soloing
- Soloing Study - Bill Evans Lines
- Chord Study - 4th Chords
- Blank Music Paper
- Extended Arpeggios
- John Coltrane Autumn Leaves Phrases
- Closed Position Chords
- Syncopation Challenge
- Solo Guitar Arrangement
- Melodic Minor Soloing
- 3 to 9 Chords
- Triads for Comping
- Tritone Subs
- Rhythmic Soloing Concepts
- And More!
As a bonus you also get the Autumn Leaves Study Guide in the key of Em.
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Whew, that's a ton of material and hours of fun in the practice room.
Your next step to jazz guitar mastery begins here.