Lee Jones

  • Ph.D. 'Exploration of Unorthodox Tunings and Muscle Memory Practice for the Electric Guitar'
  • B.Mus. (Hons) Jazz Studies
  • City & Guilds PTLLS (level 4) Teaching qualification

Lee Jones is a British jazz-rock guitarist and composer, combining influences from modern jazz, fusion, blues, avant-garde and rock styles. Lee has regularly performed throughout the UK scene and worked alongside Larry Coryell, Martin Taylor and Dennis Rollins.

Since graduating from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Jazz Course in 2007, he has released six solo albums with former WEA producer Simon Tittley and in 2019 completed a PhD in music composition at the University of Salford, Manchester, entitled 'Exploration of Unorthodox Tunings and Muscle Memory Practice for the Electric Guitar'. His research articles can be read further here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lee-Jones-16

Lee has released a series of solo jazz guitar videos and is a long-standing user of Ibanez semi-solid archtop guitars. Lee is currently developing his profile in Australia as a jazz guitarist and music researcher.

Lee has a second eBook and a new album, 'Night Train Part II', scheduled for release in 2022.

'...an excellent composer and one heck of a guitarist...' - Larry Coryell.

Details last updated on February 23, 2022