Three Best Jazz Exercises For Learning Improvisation

These three exercises will teach you the basics of playing jazz lines
Explaining simple chords and arpeggios, forward motion and guide tone lines. Adding scales and you have a great mix for playing great jazz solos.

50+ pages of enclosure exercises and licks
-Minor chords, minor and melodic minor scale exercises
-Coltranes licks and Coltrane inspired licks
Transcribed to all 12 keys.
+ all lesson examples transposed to alto and concert key

In this tutorial
00:00 Three Best Jazz Exercises For Learning Improvisation
00:26 The Most Important Jazz Tools
00:53 Learn The Chord Notes
01:44 Forward Motion And Guide Tone Lines
03:08 Rhythm Is Most Important
03:43 Add Scales Between The Chord Notes
05:24 Scales and Guide Tone Lines Come Together
06:09 Do you like my videos – support me on Patreon

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Chord note solos – strong melodies with awesome rhythm

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It Could Happen To You Backing Track

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