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  what?

ghghghgh??...

06/03/2006, by 0 replies
  for joriskattemolle

//some guy from philippines joriskattemolle, maybe this could help... Try to do this... Play an F major scale chord patteers on your left hand say ...

04/12/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 24400

You don't change the scale each time the chord changes, you stick with the key of the tune. If you're playing F blues, you can use the F blues scale thr...

02/19/2006, by 0 replies
  scale

I dont know wich scale I could use during a blues. Just the blues scale of the root note doesn't sound right somtimes.

02/19/2006, by 0 replies
  Blues Scales

For a clear approach to making your blues playing more interesting, see Dan Greenblatt's book [i]The Blues Scales: Essential Tools For Jazz Improvisation,[...

01/15/2006, by 0 replies
  Blues Scales

For a clear approach to making your blues playing more interesting, see Dan Greenblatt's book [i]The Blues Scales: Essential Tools For Jazz Improvisation,[...

01/15/2006, by 0 replies
  Thanks

Thanks for the link & advice! The chord maps are extremely helpful [i]*off to analyse & experiment*[/i]...

11/18/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 21156

There are LOTS of useful paths and patterns. The way to learn them is to learn a lot of tunes and actively think about how chords relate. Look at Bi...

11/17/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 21011

You might find this useful. http://chordmaps.com/part5.htm...

11/14/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 19099

Dudeoflame: Please go to search engine (upwards) and write: [b]basic chords[/b], selecting [b]files[/b]. Good luck.

09/15/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 18571

Classic rootless voicings: Bb7 ∑ D G Ab C C7 ∑ E A Bb D (little b = flat)...

09/05/2005, by 0 replies
  need help

hi could you help me, im not sure if im playing the chords right, although i am reading what it shows it doesnt sound right. (im a begginer in jazz and...

09/05/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 17702

Well, if you listen to those guys, then the best way to do it is to learn what they are playing and play along with them on the record. Once you can emulat...

08/17/2005, by 0 replies
  Blues Trouble

Hello Scott, I am a new visitor to your site and have reviewed a number of the lessons posted. The lessons are fantastic and it does help. Nonetheless...

08/16/2005, by 0 replies
  traditional blues

Hey guys, I want to play the traditional blues, on this site, but who can help me with it from the beginning???...

08/06/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 17172

Deep words to live by. You can't flourish if you don't have deep roots.

08/02/2005, by 0 replies
  Rules

The one lesson I learned in music is there aint any rules what you have here is a good guide but when you are up front you have to come up with goods and ...

08/01/2005, by 0 replies
  deadhead

jazz blues 3 is amazing thank you, -deadhead...

06/18/2005, by 0 replies
  Importance of knowing blues scale in EVERY key

Because besides for transposing purposes depending on the bass note it can give a LOT of mileage. For example an E blues run against a C bass = maj9 or maj...

06/16/2005, by 0 replies
  Message number: 11268

I changed something so that the (information) link had them, but I changed it back so the lessons will show up again like they used to.

02/16/2005, by 0 replies
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