How To Use Scales in Jazz Solos – Most Solid Approach

One of the basic sounds of jazz solos are scale runs. We need to be able to play the scales and fit them into the songs.
Here you get the absolute best approach to jazz solos using scales.

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-Learn The Scales With Solid Basic exercises
-Melodic licks slowly adding the scale sound
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys and bass clef – all extra Lesson Manual Material Is Available in all 12 keys

In this tutorial
00:00 How To Use Scales in Jazz Solos – Most Solid Approach
00:52 Play The Most beautiful Scale Solos
01:21 What’s The Key Of The Tune?
02:06 E7#11 – Lydian Dominant?
02:35 Chord Scale Relationship
04:08 Add The Scale To The Chords
06:05 Rhythm Makes Your Lines Much More Interesting
06:57 Add Arpeggios To The Mix
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