Creative exercises for Chromatically approaching Pentatonic scales

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This innovative and unique PDF combines 2 different improvisational systems to stunning effect as it  provides the improvisor with a coherent way to add jazzy chromatic notes to Pentatonic lines.

The meticulously crafted exercises demonstrate approaching each note of the Pentatonic  scale with 1, 2, 3 and 4 note chromatic enclosures.

A world of cool sounds + creative possibilities is created!

 The approaches are presented in an understandable step by step way, making the perhaps complex material easier to assimilate.

Applying approaches to Pentatonic scales will  transform your improvisations, taking you to a much higher level of fluency.

This Instant PDF digital  download contains the EXACT part demonstrated in the

 Jazzduets Youtube video below:

The 4 files included:

1) In Concert 2)  In Bb 3) in Eb  4) Bass Clef  5) Mp3 of the Funky Groove

Enjoy and Practice!




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Don I.
United States United States
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Danny F.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Excellent stuff!

As clear and great as Nick's YouTube videos are, you cant beat reading and analysing the ideas! These are perfect, thank you!

Jean-Tristan M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Great set of exercises

Well structured and very musical. There is enough rhythmic variety to be interesting and challenging, while staying accessible.

Jose B.
Brazil Brazil
Very very good!

Very good exercise . Congratulations!

Eddie K.
Malaysia Malaysia
Creative exercises for Chromatically approaching Pentatonic scales

I played saxophones for almost 40 years and the level of pentatonics usage(patterns) that I have in my vocabulary is considered very high..your ideas that create more spice to it is awesome,never thought that it brought my pentatonics patterns that I already have to another incredibly exciting phase...something to keep me occupied and building a strong determination to go further...thank you Sir!!!...