Intermediate training!

You have been playing a while. Now you want to dig deeper into Jazz and the cool techniques the pros use.  

Do not worry, you have come to the right place to fast track you on your learning journey .

Watch the video to find out more + what you need to already know to get the best out of the resources here


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Easy learning

Learn as efficiently and easily as possible with innovative exercises specially created to inspire

Practice material for months

Never worry about what to practice next as there is an abundance of Intermediate material here to cater for all tastes.

Target your specific problem

Knowing your weakness is the first step. Second one is to work on it. Specific exercises here are designed to provide you with the material you need!

Overall practice

Rhythm, intonation, feeling, listening... everything comes together when you play. Overall holistic practice sessions boosts everything, not just technique!

Check out the whole Intermediate Collection!

Harmony explained

Ignored by many, but once you understand it, Harmonic knowledge will become a great and important cornerstone of your playing and enjoyment of music.

Breaking down, analysing and familiarity with the core harmonic sequences of Jazz is key not only to playing freely, but also to avoiding mistakes and errors whilst improvising.

MP3 backing tracks

Practicing alone is good, but it is not the same as playing with a band. Probably your bandmates won't have the patience to accompany you with the same thing over and over again. Backing tracks featuring real life musicians inspires you to practice more often and with more feeling!

Analysis of the great Jazz standards

In order to become as best as we possibly can it is vital to study the greats. Breaking down their idea of music and understanding how they created their sounds is a big step to developing your own style. Learn from the masters like Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Stevie Wonder to apply this knowledge to your songs and improvisations.

Featured Products:

10+ Essential Blues/ 33Blues solos  package

Here for the first time, the DEFINITIVE Blues harmony guide to all the chord options serious students of Jazz need to know +33 especially written Solos

The study of these tried and tested progressions taken from the Great American Jazz continuum will deepen your understanding of harmony, taking your musicianship/improvisation to a much higher level, whilst training your ear!

11 of the most Important Blues progressions heard in thousands of Jazz/Blues classics are fully explained in a clear logical order. Its like a super condensed stand alone Blues course!

Thismeticulously prepared instant digitalpackage contains the following items that will provide a wealth of material to practice and guarantee an enjoyable immersion in the Blues:

  •  PDF of the 2 hand Piano progressions + Chord symbols of the 11 Blues Progressions showing you the exact piano chords used in the video with accompanying bar by bar analysis explanation notes for full understanding of the harmony.
  • PDF of theRoman numeral Grid analysis of the 11 progressions so you can understand deeply and transpose to any key easily (comes with notes to help you memorise the key harmonic changes)
  • 33 Choruses of specially written solos full of real Jazz language that accentuate the colourful chord changes providing examples of how to play over the changing harmonyfeaturing lines from the following greats: Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Sidney Bechet, Pat Metheny, Dizzy Gillespie + Miles Davis(Eb ,Bb , Concert and Bass parts)
  • Mp3 Playalong of the 11 progressions with the Piano on its own and with the Saxophone solos + Piano to be used for playalong practice and eartraining.
  • 2 x Mp3 playalong of the 33 Blues progressions1)Piano 2) piano and Sax solo
  • Accompanying Pdf explanation of the 33 Blues solos with info about the quotes and solo
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Are you really familiar with the 4 main types of Minor : Natural, Melodic, Dorian + Harmonic?

Can you identify the characteristic notes that imbue each onewith its unique sound?

The exercises in this digital download have been specially and meticulously developed to familiarise you intimately with the special colours of each different Minor scale.

This Instant Digital Download Pdf contains the 12 different exercises of the you tube video below in ALL 12 keys (60 page booklet)

 Specially Adapted for the range of the following Instruments- Flute, Sax, Trumpet, Guitar, Piano + Clarinet.

( Some of the exercises have 2 versions - High and Low)

This Pdf will develop and expand your ear, whilst challenging your technique.

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James Brown- Night Train Improv 101 Jazz duets
10+ Essential Blues/ 33Blues solos  package
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And many more... Check' out the whole collection!

"I've been playing for 55 years, and playing jazz for 25 years in big bands, and this package has opened my eyes to new things I would have never thought of. Not only the scales, that sound so cool, but learning the new sequencing of notes and experimenting with them and applying them to not only jazz, but country, rock, and pop, give a fresh new perspective on approaching songs, and definitely a way to break out of the same ol' same ol' and have fun working with new sounds again.

Robin J


¨This is an outstanding lesson: thank you. I appreciate the metaphor but I'm especially blown away by the quality of the examples. Even the simple examples are truly musical... I'm going to study this deeply, as I struggle with playing flashy licks (badly) and need to get back to basics¨




"As always, Nick, such a great and deep impressive stuff that gives hours of hours practice fun and experience. Thanks for all your work. Absolutely satisfied! Not the first and nit the last I bought. ;-) All the best, Nick. Stay healthy! Chris"

Chris W