This might be my favorite feel ever. It’s a classic, and something you must have together before holding down any gig, especially jazz gigs. Check out this lesson, you’ll be Waltzing Matilda quicker than you can count to three.
I show you how to relax and feel larger increments of time in order to control your walking at fast tempos. Get ready. Set. Go. We’re walking warp speed in this one.
I build on my first rhythm changes lesson, bump up the tempo, and show you a few more tricks for getting around this popular progression.
I delve into the study of 4th’s (the interval), and it’s specific use in creating interesting solo lines. Piano players do it. Saxophone players do it. Why not you? This lesson is a great way to expand your soling vocabulary, check it out!
After the blues came one of the most commonly played progressions in jazz: Rhythm changes. Based on the classic song “I Got Rhythm”, it spawned countless of other tunes using the same chord progression. I step you though it, show you how to memorize it, …
More pentatonic’s are a good thing. I expand on my previous lesson by showing you how to incorporate them into your soloing.
One of the most common odd-time feels, I break down how to feel odd-time by demonstrating how to play in 5/4. This lesson is equally applicable to 7/4, or another time signature. Learn how to feel it, how to count it, and you’ll never get …