Jazz music, along the lines of jazz greats like Coltrane and Thelonius Monk, is usually associated with the piano and the sax (as well as backup clarinets, oboes, etc.). But an equally fit instrument for playing jazz tunes is the acoustic guitar, which offers a light contrast to the larger, deeper toned instruments.
Watch this video to learn how to analyze an easy jazz standard for the acoustic guitar. This particular standard is easy to play because it's built on a basic 2-5-1 progression and uses well known chords.
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