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12/09/2011, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47996

Yes C and G are the 9th and the 13th of the Bb7 chord(upper extensions)...learn them all.

12/20/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47827

thank you for share the blue

09/26/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47812

Bflat7 in base could be played with all four notes not just root and flat 7th. The 9th and 13th used in melody, color tones.

09/17/2010, by 0 replies
  Seventh chords listed above

I have a question. The Bb7 chord listed above has a D, G, A-flat and C in it. I was given to understand that a Bb7 chord is Bb, D, F, A-flat... Why the C ...

09/13/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 46456

its amazing thanks a lot...

01/11/2010, by 0 replies

thank a lot...

07/23/2009, by 0 replies

thanks 4 all...

06/17/2009, by 0 replies
  Jazz Lessons

I'm a beginner and find these lessons useful and helpful. I'm trying to lern Amazing Grace with a Blues baseline. Is there any such lesson here? Elaine. ...

06/11/2009, by 0 replies
  fingering chart

can I get the fingering display of Simple Blues on Piano...

07/08/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 41573

The blues scale is kind of a way to jump start your improvisational skills by giving you some common note choices that some folks use for blues and such. ...

06/03/2008, by 0 replies
  beginner's question F7

I am 67 years old and just started to learn to play the piano 4-5 years ago. Working on playing from fake books, eg. Real Books. In my ignorance I didn't...

06/01/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39936

Clapton's blues is clearly in E. I guess the key signature is A because playing the E chords as 7 means D natural instead of D#. Doesn't explain what hap...

01/24/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39925

Thanks Scott, I think its about breaking away from the theory and training the ears and going on that instinct opposed to needing a writen formal explan...

01/23/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39880

The blues scale and pentatonic scale to me are the same thing. The B natural in the F blues scale is used as an in-between note, but in my opinion is not...

01/21/2008, by 0 replies
  Explain the voicings

Could someone please explain Scotts voicings, i am staring at them on the keys and whilst some of it makes sense there is not pattern between the I - IV - ...

01/20/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 39623

that's the F blues Scale. Same as above.

01/11/2008, by 0 replies
  Blue scale

Hi, Lsaw a blue scale in others lessons and it is like below: Key F: F - Ab - Bb - B - C - Eb - F It'is wrong?...

01/11/2008, by 0 replies
  Message number: 38809

Putting the thumb down on the left at the same time as the thumb on the right - just when playing the blues scales with both hands - just seems to make the...

12/06/2007, by 0 replies
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