Playing inspired solos is the true art of jazz.
There are a few simple hacks that make your solos more attractive.
Getting into your phrasing, rhythm, choice of notes and how you place the notes in your solo.
Don’t play boring solos.
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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION CONTENT:
50+ pages full exercises and licks
-Chord and scale exercises for training rhythmic endings, articulation and rhythmic changing jazz lines
-II-V-I lines using rhythmic placement, clearly marked articulation and rhythmic speed ups
-all exercises and licks are transposed to all 12 keys
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys.
In this tutorial
00:00 THIS MADE MY SOLOS BORING
00:19 Do Not Play The 1
01:46 More Rhythm Play Fewer Notes
02:00 Play With Great Articulation
02:46 Train Your Articulation
03:22 Change The Rhythm
04:03 Speed Up
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