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    Hi!

    There is endless ways to practice soloing. Here is one. Take a piece, choose scale for every chord and after each chord try to improvise melody on chosen scale and connect it to next chord.Improvising practice videoImprovising practice videoImprovising practice video

    If you are intetested you can find notation/ tabs for these etudes from:
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    Cheers! Mikko


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    I know this guy, largely self-taught. Long history in classical and gypsy jazz, also teaching. Makes his own wooden picks, beautiful little artefacts. Wait for his demo on the TOOB Metro 6.5" cabs. From this video you think he's a lefty and from that video you will start wondering if he's totally ambidextrous. Nopes, his own videos are mirror images and he forgets to reverse them.

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    always enjoy mikko's vids..a real artist!

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitterbug
    I know this guy, largely self-taught. Long history in classical and gypsy jazz, also teaching. Makes his own wooden picks, beautiful little artefacts. Wait for his demo on the TOOB Metro 6.5" cabs. From this video you think he's a lefty and from that video you will start wondering if he's totally ambidextrous. Nopes, his own videos are mirror images and he forgets to reverse them.

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    Thank you guys!Improvising practice videoImprovising practice video

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