While other methods teach patterns and riffs, this book reveals how those patterns and riffs get created in the first place.
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There are three fundamentals to any great solo: Chords, Scales, and Tone Selection. Learn to use the fundamentals as your three-step approach to jazz improvisation. Over 80 color images for Treble and Bass Clef.
This book is perfect for beginners, struggling intermediates, and jazz instructors requiring a concise method for students. Simple enough for immediate results, this method can be applied to any style, from the easiest inside harmonies, to the most advanced outside substitutions.
While other methods teach patterns and riffs, this book reveals how those patterns and riffs get created in the first place. There is a free companion play-along for this book that will help you develop your ideas.
Below is the FREE companion play-along for this book that will help you develop your ideas. It’s called “JIF PLay-Along”.
REVIEW by Bryan Felt:
“This book is seriously good. Especially page 33; you spell it out as simple as pie – Step 1, Step 2, Step 3. This method is quite approachable, and not at all intimidating. It’s not scary for a young person. It’s not like they have to work at it for 20 years before they try this on-stage. It’s perfect for less-experienced players! Step-3 in the book is so good; it demonstrates to any musician that they CAN do this!”
–Bryan Felt, Trumpet Player, Former T & P judge, Show Coordinator for Michigan Competitive Band Association, Former US Army Bandsman