Jazz Guitar is Difficult
Unless You Learn From A True "Guru"
Who Knows How To Make It Easy.
Imagine Learning the Best Songs
From The Following Artists...

Dear Guitarist,

Let me ask you...

Have you ever listened to jazz guitar and thought "That's cool, but it sounds too complicated and challenging"?

Have you ever wished that you possessed a wicked repertoire of jazz songs that you could play anytime, anywhere?

Have you ever wondered if there was a quick, easy way to learn jazz guitar?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions - read on...

I don't know about you, but I used to find jazz guitar confusing and weird as hell.

Don't get me wrong - I was always impressed with the sound of jazz guitar, but I couldn't wrap my brain around it! Even after I learned some jazz chords, progressions, theory and technique, the whole thing was still as mysterious as a set of ancient scriptures from an Egyptian tomb.

The good news is, I finally found a cool dude from Texas who's an absolutely GREAT teacher. I mean, the guy has a great vibe... He makes things incredibly simple and easy to understand -- and actually FUN!

Man oh man, this guy is "The Dude" when it comes to teaching normal guitarists like us how to get into jazz. His name is Clay Moore and I really think you're gonna dig his teaching style.

Let me share an interesting "secret" with you...

The fastest, easiest way to play killer jazz guitar is: Learn to play jazz standards.

Jazz "standards" are those classic pieces that are the tried and true, best of the best, quintessential jazz songs.

So how do you learn them?

Well, you COULD spend thousands on private lessons, or waste years trying to figuring it out on your own from random books...

And you still might end up more dazed and confused than a drunk, blindfolded muskrat running in a wind tunnel. If that's your style, hey -- knock yourself out, lol...

OR... Instead, you can save yourself years of frustration with The Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course.

You'll get 3 sweet DVDs that give you all the knowledge, tips, and secrets you need to start playing jazz guitar right away, even if jazz seems totally confusing to you right now.

And just as exciting, you're going to get the amazing "REAL book". Yes...

The "Real Book" Jazz Bible of over 230 jazz standards is now made simple for every dedicated jazz guitarist.

That's right -- as part of this package, you're getting a huge 366-page physical book of 230+ jazz standards. This book is so hot because it not only contains all the best jazz tunes, but it is laid out for you in ultra-precise detail...

I spent the better part of a year working with music publishers to get you access to this former illegal book.

And best of all, I hired one of the best jazz instructors I could find to teach you exactly how to use this book and play these killer jazz tunes on your guitar.


You'll learn all the basic principles you need to get started playing jazz guitar.

The great thing about this course is that you skip over most of the boring theory that usually goes with jazz.

However, you still need know a few basic things to get started. This is exactly what you'll get, starting on DVD 1. Get ready to discover:

  • An easy ear-training technique you can do while you are learning the basic scales. This trick is so simple and makes you a better musician. (4:22)

  • How to play the basic arpeggios needed for jazz so you can smoothly flow all over the neck when you're improvising. (6:30)

  • An exercise you can do to master scales, chords, and arpeggios all at the same time. You will know all of these patterns and shapes so well that your hand will be on "auto pilot". (8:42)

  • Easy rules to simplify crazy chords that you might see in a chart. You'll be amazed how easy it can be to play any song. (17:03)

  • How to know what key you're in when a song shifts into new territory with "outside" chords. This blew my mind when Clay revealed it. This one secret is worth the price of the course alone! (19:01)

Here's an example of Clay's EASY instructions:

Now, although you get over 230 jazz standards in the REAL book, the best part is that we filmed Clay Moore going ULTRA DEEP into ten of the best songs.


You'll be playing jazz guitar in record time, starting with easy-to-play jazz standard #1: Dearly Beloved.

This is a lovely melody and a great song to get you started...

By the way, Clay is a big believer in "song based teaching". This means you'll learn useful ideas and techniques at the same time as you're learning these sweet jazz tunes.

With this first tune, you'll learn:

  • The best way to get started. The single most important thing you need to do before you start learning any jazz tune. (21:03)

  • Eliminate your confusion with jazz guitar by learning the special major 6 chord that ties the entire scale together. (26:03)

Learning jazz is as easy as "1-2-3".

That's right - there's 3 easy steps to learning these amazing jazz songs:

1) Watch Clay play the jazz tune... 2) Learn to play the chords... and 3) Play the melody and start improvising some smooth lead lines.

  • You'll be surprised how simple it can be to use the major scale to solo over the chord changes, even as the key is changing. Learn the secret at 29:20.

One of the simple ways you can become an accomplished jazz guitar player is to have some tasty rhythm chops. This is called "comping" and you'll be able to do it instantly after you watch Clay explain the basic technique. (at 30:09)

Plus, Clay's gonna show you how to spice up your rhythm even more with 3 powerful tricks:

  • Jazz Rhythm Trick #1: The "Charleston" is a great, simple rhythm pattern that sounds jazzy and is easy to do. This makes your rhythm "swing" and lets you "hit the accents" without sounding repetitive. (33:08)

  • Jazz Rhythm Trick #2: The "On off technique" - is another pattern that you can use to keep your playing fresh and original. (35:22)

  • Jazz Rhythm Trick #3: The "chord punch" technique is a great way to put in chords in the spaces between the melody. You'll learn this hyper-effective (yet EASY) technique at 37:39

You'll love playing this classic tune known by all the pro players -- easy-to-play jazz standard #2: Autumn Leaves.

This is a classic tune that's played all over the world at jazz jam sessions. Here's more goodies you'll learn as Clay demonstrates and teaches you the song:

  • The "relative minor concept" that is used as this song moves into new keys. You actually DON'T need the theory, but its nice to know as Clay explains the "logic" behind this classic chord progression. (46:43)

  • The "straight line" soloing technique that gives you instant jazzy solos. You'll be playing jazz solos even if you couldn't improvise to save your life! Watch how easy this at 51:54

  • Clay shows you the exact melody and also decodes some of the voodo in the theory behind it... (Again, you don't really need to know any of the theory to play the song -- 53:31)

  • How to change one note in the ordinary major scale when you're soloing over this progression. This easy trick gives you an even jazzier sound. Check it out at 59:18.

Have a blast learning the exciting style of jazz with easy-to-play jazz standard #3: Blue Bossa.

The second DVD starts off with a classic bossa nova tune recorded by Joe Henderson. You can watch the video above to check out how it sounds. As with each tune, Clay performs the song and then teaches you exactly how to play it. The guitar fun continues...

  • Learn a second fingering position so you can play a few new chord voicings. This will give you some additional choices on your fretboard, and best of all, it's still very easy to learn (see 4:43)

  • This song is another great opportunity to learn to handle key changes in the middle of the song. You'll see how simple it can be to navigate your way around complex chord progressions. Learn this secret at 10:32.

  • The bossa nova strumming rhythms. Clay gives you the exact count so its super simple to master this new feel on your guitar. (14:32)

  • How to combine chords from the 2 main positions that you already learned. This will give you that smooth control over the neck that everyone will vibe with at the jam session (see 17:03)

Impress your friends with killer chord melody songs like easy-to-play jazz standard #4: Here's That Rainy Day.

Next Clay plays a great ol' standard called "Here's that Rainy Day, which is a great chord melody vehicle. It's at 18:40.

As with all the songs, you'll learn tons of great stuff. On this one, in particular:

  • How to put together a chord melody arrangment by combining the underlying chords with the melody. This is exactly what you need to know to start mastering jazz. (23:53)

  • Explore new chords like the minor 11th chord and the diminished chord. This might sound advanced but Clay shows you exactly where to put your fingers and you'll get some juicy, incredible authentic jazz sounds immediately. It's all part of this classic jazz tune. (28:36)

  • The ultra slick diminished scale is another so-called advanced trick that Clay brings down to earth. He actually makes it super simple for you create this neat new jazz sound by telling you exactly where to place your fingers. (40:35)

  • How to solo using scales and arpeggios. These handy tips will simplify the fretboard for you. In fact, just follow his instructions and you'll be playing these same sweet sounds. (43:08)

Blow away the crowd with bluesy jazz pieces like easy-to-play jazz standard #5: Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You.

Yes, this next tune is a bluesy jazz ballad that will help you go deeper into the jazz game.

  • Learn how arpeggios can sometimes be easier to use than scales in a progression like this when chords are moving by quickly and switching keys 54:18

  • Learn more cool chords like slash chords, major 6s, and more. This isn't some random jazz theory. Everything is practical and based on this tried-and-true classic jazz standard. I love this song, and so will you. (57:45)

Vibe with other musicians on juicy jazz tunes such as easy-to-play jazz standard #6: Sandu.

This one's a killer jazz tune by Clifford Brown. Here, Clay gives you more juicy jazz guitar secrets as he teaches the standards.

  • Learn picking secrets to be able to play horn-like lines on your guitar. This gives you that smooth jazz feel (1:05:09)

  • This song features a harmonized line where you're playing saxophone and trumpet lines at the same time on your guitar. Sounds advanced, yet its very easy once Clay shows you the fingerings: 1:07:19

Express your jazzy side with beautiful ballads including easy-to-play jazz standard #7: Tenderly.

Here's a beautiful ballad that features an awesome chord melody arrangement.

  • You'll learn some new extended chords here, and they are natural to play because the top extension notes are part of the melody of the song (1:17:20)

  • More secrets to figuring out what key a song is moving into. You'll never be confused when learning how to solo over a new jazz tune. (1:20:50)

Here's another amazing classic -- easy-to-play jazz standard #8: St. Thomas.

Next, you'll learn a calypso inspired jazz tuned by Sonny Rollins. This is another amazing classic to add to your repertoire.

  • This is a fairly simple melody in the key of C, and Clay will give you some tips to playing this song successfully even though the chords are going by quickly. (1:28:33)

  • How to hit the highlights of the chords when you're soling. This makes easy to create lead lines that sound almost perfect (1:29:03)

You won't believe how simple it is to play real jazz with easy-to-play jazz standard #9: Satin Doll.

We're not done yet... DVD 3 has lots more jazz guitar wisdom, starting with the next classic tune by Duke Ellington. This is a great composition and a tried and true jam session favorite.

  • You'll learn more about how chords resolve. This will help you understand jazz on a deeper level and increase your enjoyment factor. (6:13)

  • Another great example of how to use scales over different keys. It's amazing how easily Clay switches keys just by following the chords. Watch, learn, and master this at 8:36

  • If you're a beginner, you'll love the easy technique that lets you play over all chord changes in just one scale position. Clay shows you this trick at 10:04.

  • Another method to simplifying a chord progression that lets you easily play any jazz standard without necessarily adding all the "bells and whistles". This will make learning new jazz tunes a breeze (11:15)

  • The simple trick to substituting "dominant 9" chords instead of dominant 7 chords. This will spice things up and add some instant jazz sophistication to your playing. (14:30)

  • The #1 rule to follow when it comes to playing a chord-melody arrangement. With this technique, your arrangments will not only sound better, but they will be actually easier to play too (16:30)

Get groovy with "modal playing" on easy-to-play jazz standard #10: Little Sunflower.

Lastly, we have a great tune recorded by Milton Jackson that lets you work on some "modal ideas".

  • You'll learn the secret of "modal playing", a technique pioneered by Miles Davis. This lets you improvise tons of cool ideas over a static chord progression. (24:06)

  • The secret of using triads to play groovy chord riffs. (27:17)

  • Learn the flip-chord trick to get new cool voicings. This instantly doubles the number of sweet jazz chords you can play. It helps out bigtime for chord melodies. (31:28)

  • The major7/major6 substitution - another hidden trick that you can use to add more flavor to a jazz progression. (33:40)

  • Clay decodes the mystery of the cryptic "melodic minor scale", and how it relates to the dom9 chord and the altered dominant chord. This gives you ways to deal with advanced chords you might ecounter in a chord chart. (37:33)

By the way, even if you don't learn this last trick, it doesn't matter. Clay gives you easy ways to get around these chords if you want to play even more simply... You can get by using just 7 basic chords if you want to.

It's all part of the 3-DVD set called The Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course that gives you over 3 and a half hours of songs and easy technqiues to playing authentic jazz guitar -- FAST.


Here's more "must know" secrets you'll learn inside this course:

Yes, after Clay teaches you the songs, I interview him to capture even more secrets for you:

  • The secret to Clay's picking technique (42:09)

  • What Clay Moore learned from jazz legend Pat Martino. This is both surprising and inspiring... You'll get some killer tricks to add to your arsenal. (See 47:02)

  • Different soloing approaches that will give you many options and ideas to creating a solo (48:55)

  • Powerful tips on playing by ear 49:48

  • The multi-texture approach that gives you more insight into combining rhythm and lead playing. See 52:12

  • You'll love Clay's advice on what to do if you're struggling when first learning a tune. This pratically guarantees you'll be able to play any song you want. (54:30)

  • Learn why Clay says "You're never more than 2 frets away from a right note" and how to easily cover up mistakes if you hit a "bad" note by accident. 56:17

  • Another chord substitution trick that comes from a simple formula. This is another easy-to-use, yet powerful trick that gives you more choices on the guitar (see 59:08)

  • Tips on getting gigs and standing in with bands (1:01:19)

  • The trick to counting out rhythms from a book (1:03:18)

  • Finally, a great piece of wisdom that should set you on the right path in learning jazz. This could be the difference between success and failure (see 1:03:53)

And just to make things "extra cool" for you, we also included some funny behind the scenes bloopers at the end of the DVD just for your entertainment :-)


Best of all you get detailed tabs of all 10 songs.

The REAL Book Of Jazz Secrets is designed to take you BEYOND these DVDs... There's over 230 classic jazz songs that you can learn. The REAL Book is written in standard notation. Clay will teach you how to read this book so you can learn song after song!

If you're not interested in the REAL Book Of Jazz Secrets -- you can buy just the DVDs. You'll also get tablature written by Clay himself for all 10 songs!

However, I really recommend getting the standards book too, because you'll follow along better and get a lifetime of enjoyment from it.

Plus we filmed 3 MORE DVDs with 101 groovy jazz guitar licks.

Yes, we learned so much from Clay Moore that we insisted on filming ANOTHER 3 DVDs showing you a ton of additional tricks and techniques. So, we have 3 MORE dvds for you...

These new concepts and licks will elevate your playing to another level.

You'll learn lots of licks that can be used over the II-V-I progresion and the I-VI-II-V progression.

There's tons of great licks, both with and without chromatic passing tones that can be used over these (and other) progressions, as well as many "all purpose" licks and tricks.

This is highly recommended, because these licks are all tabbed out for you, and you can easily add a new phrase to your vocabulary anytime you want.

You don't need a special guitar to play these jazz songs.

Although jazz is traditionally played on a hollow-body guitar, you can play jazz on the guitar you have right now. I've even played jazz tunes on my acoustic and it sounds great.

So just because you don't have a so-called "jazz guitar", don't let that stop you from ordering!

So how much does all this cost?

Truly, these lessons are priceless.

Personally, I had to spend thousands of dollars in private lessons to discover these secrets. Believe me, the cost of private lessons add up fast. Check out the chart:

DVDs save you tons of money because you can enjoy and learn from them for months and even years... and get thousands of dollars worth of learning out of them.

Even by DVDs standards, these are worth $49.95 a pop, easy. So you're getting at least $300 worth of the best guitar instruction under the planet, and that doesn't even include the book.

But you will not pay $300.

Just click on the link below to see 3 amazing offers. You'll get all 6 DVDs, plus free shipping for a fraction of the cost.

I think most guitarists would agree, it's a tiny price to pay to learn to play jazz.

This course will change your guitar playing forever.

Just follow along with the book and DVDs and I guarantee you'll be playing some sweet jazz standards on your guitar almost right away.

If for some strange reason the course doesn't work for you, just send it back and I'll gladly give you a refund.

You know you want this package! ...and believe me, you'll be glad that you ordered it. And also check this out: I'm the one taking all the risk here.

You have 12 months to decide if this course is everything I say here and more.

Yes, I put my neck on the line for you so you can can test drive The Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course risk-free.

In my opinion, this course is destined to be a classic, maybe the best jazz guitar instructional product ever created.

This an amazing opportunity to invest in yourself and your musical education. So don't wait -- hook yourself up today.

It's a no-brainer decision, so please click on the link below, fill out your information, and you'll soon be the proud owner of The Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course that will reward you for a lifetime.

Keep playin,

Claude Johnson

P.S. Here's what some of our customers are saying about the Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course:

"Very easy to understand and to follow along. There is some format on changing keys and modes that were easy to follow, to try to emulate and learn from it."

Javier Gonzalez, Texas USA

"I think it's a good course! I haven't gotten all the way through it but I've enjoyed it. I liked what it came with, it had a fake book along with it, just a lot of resources made it pretty handy. I used the tabs and am able to play some of the songs."

Kevin Tompos, Oregon USA

"I'm using it, it's great! It's something that I can keep hanging on to, it's something I can keep working with, I love the music and the chords, it's a lot of things I'm using with these chords."

Laurent St. Germaine, Texas USA

"It's the absolute best! It's the best course I've been involved in, I've been with a few over the years. I'm still studying it. Clay Moore, he's got everything in there, from very easy but he incorporates the very easy to the very difficult in each song. Sometimes he gives you the challenge of trying to work out the improvisations by yourself cause he doesn't map them down in tab form or in any type of form at all. He just goes up in tome. You can turn the CD on and do it the old way but also he has a lot of the double time stuff and his improvisations mapped out in music. It's absolutely fantastic! Now I'm only on lesson 5 and there's 10 lessons and that gives you an idea and I'm a seasoned guitar player but I've never enjoyed anything more than what I've got there. You got to hang on every word he says. He doesn't give you superfluous information. If you listen to him carefully, in the small little comments he makes there's a world of knowledge and experience in each of those comments. If you miss them you go back over and then you go oh wow, yeah, I never thought of that. His explanation of each thing that he does is absolutely perfect. He's a born teacher, this gentleman. I use the tabs. I keep his books, I downloaded it - I read it almost every day, in fact 10 minutes ago before you called I'm going to do St. Thomas next - I was reading what he did there, He does it in so many ways and explains it in so many ways, it's totally phenomenal really about it. I've never ever.. I can't say enough about it. I'm 65 yrs old, I do seven shows a month here in Halifax, short performances at different places, very short performances, like 1 hr by myself with a lot of digital equipment that can back me, backing tracks .. I use Clay Moore's backing tracks that I put on a computer that I take with me, and I do some of the songs, that's about the only thing that really shows that I can play the guitar quite honestly!"

John Linders, Nova Scotia, Canada

"I like it. It's very easy. It makes things a lot easier! The explanation and presentation is what I liked best about it. I have been using the tabs and I'm able to play about half of the songs - I'm not quite done with it yet."

Louis Salaza, Pennsylvania, USA

"It sure has been helpful to learning the fret board and everything after 40 years! I liked the way it was rolled up in C major. I like the songs that he does - they are nice and easy. He did a very nice job of arranging and everything he did. I'm practicing with the tabs."

George Kennedy, Ontario, Canada

"I thought it was nicely systematic, the production values were excellent. It's very logical; it helped me to learn quite easily. I liked it very very much. I think it's an A++! I used the tabs. I am able to play the songs"

William Brashers, Pennslyvania, USA

"I thought the teacher was an excellent guitar player! I was able to play the songs."

Chris Greene, New Jersey, USA

"It's a great course! It helps a person as a beginner and a person that is intermediate to advanced. The course is very explicit, the video is very understandable, it's easy to work with. I would suggest it to anyone that would like to learn to play jazz. It will take you from being a regular musician to an intermediate to advanced guitar player in the form of jazz. I like the video instruction because the instructor takes time to teach you how to play instead of you just getting the sheet music and learning on your own, he actually gives you hands on and the video instruction is leaps and bounds from a person who is basically used to studying scales - it takes you from a person that is studying scales into learning complete songs. Each song that you learn gets more intense and more in depth. It will help you get into the Real Jazz Book. Once you've completed the course you can take the Real Jazz Book and basically work on your own. I read music so the tabs were helpful - made it a lot easier. I am an avid guitar player I just wasn't seasoned in jazz. Since I've started learning some of the jazz songs I've been able to go into the Real Jazz Book and pick out different songs and learn them on my own."

Roosevelt Holden, Colorado, USA

"It's great! I love it. I think the video demos are great, I think it's a great course overall! I'm very satisfied with it. It's easy, very simplified - the way he teaches it is easy to learn."

Glen Baccaro, Ontario, Canada

"It's pretty nice, I like it! It's an easy way to understand what you have to do. Right now I've only gone through a little bit but so far I like what I've watched. I used the tabs and I'm able to play the songs. I am teaching my grandson, he's only nine so that's why we're taking it kinda slow."

Shedrick Garrett, Colorado USA

"I thought it was very effective at getting me to reorient my view of putting scales through chords and how I would start the scale runs or just approach a melody through the fingerings and specifically to start on the pinky every now and then instead of the middle finger and break out of the horizontal e behind the bar form that I call it and start looking at the other forms like the c shape or the a shape and to get through some standards with examples was really helpful and just to get my feet wet and starting to think differently. I like the chord voicings that he was using were easy digestible. I'm fairly advanced on some chords but he's good at filling in the gaps and not jumping to advanced too early. The flow is really good. I can play just about all the songs."

Tom Coever, Louisiana, USA

"I like it! It covers the areas that I want to improve my guitar playing in. I used the tabs and am able to play the songs."

Donald Lovins, California, USA

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