FYI, these lessons are not free. Sorry, I know the expectation today is everything music is free. These are not. I have enormous amounts of free content online - please check the links in my sig. I have 5 free Jazz Lines You Can Use in the Blues here: https://gumroad.com/davidhenderson please download away.... Just finished up a new lesson last week. Been moving this week so haven't had time to post until now. My lessons are for the guys that want to blend Jazz harmony in with their blues playing like Robben, Sco, Oz, Scott H, Mike Stern, etc.... After Berklee '79-'82 and playing, gigging, recording and practicing for over 30 years after Berklee, I discovered a simple way to get "inside" and "outside" the chords of the blues using one simple structure. It was like I had just discovered the rosetta stone and everything just started to work for me. I spent years studying all the chords scales key-of-the-moment stuff (The Berklee Way) and it always sounded like I was playing scales - especially on the Altered and Lydian b7 harmony. In this lesson I take you through the complicated (melodic minor) theory (the hard way), then show you (the easy way) to make it all work (resolve) in the context of a simple I, IV, V Blues. This is 2nd of 2 lessons using this concept. The 1st one was: Getting Inside the Chords of the Blues - so we can go outside later The new one is: Getting Outside the Chords of the Blues - taking it out Getting Outside the Chords of the Blues - taking it out - Video 1 If you are into this kind of playing, these lessons will save you all kinds of time and effort and get you playing in this style AFAP. Hope you like... FYI, here's some recent feedback. "Your lessons are really helping me cut through the clutter of other information out there, all of it helps, but you help make it easy to apply musically right from the start." "This is really, really, really good. Lesson #4 is “the secret.” It is exactly what I have been trying to figure out these past five years of self-study, and the scales or “play melodic minor up a half step” never worked for me." "Just want to thank you for the lessons. I really love your style of playing and I'm getting a lot out of the lessons." "I self-studied and understand music theory but never learned jazz bebop lines etc. in my guitar youth….and also always wanted to play like Larry Carlton and Robben Ford. You are teaching precisely in my sweetspot for the things I need to be learning next! Keep them coming! Already digging the minor Bb pentatonic over Dm7 Brecker thang!"