EXAMPLE JAM TRACK TWO - BLUES JAZZ
Chorus 1 [Bars 1-17] Our second jam track has an upbeat tempo so we can use a more stripped back approach to the chords. To get that modern jazz style sound the chords are harmonised in 4ths where possible. This provides a dense harmony with the 9th, 11th and 13th intervals present, thus outlining the Dorian sound. The part sounds effective but is relatively easy to play due to the fingerings used. Here a plectrum strumming technique was employed, but fingerstyle would be just as effective so feel free to experiment. A two-bar drum break takes us into the solo.