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Approaching every note of the Major scale-digital PDF

Approach Notes  help you to add coherent, cool, jazzy  chromatic notes  to your lines  (the ones pros use!)

This 65 page PDF contains the essential to know 1,2 and 3 note exercises that approach each and every note of the major scale.

The exercises are in all 12 keys and the ranges are suitable for treble instruments including, guitar, piano , sax , trumpet, clarinet flute etc.  There are 2 versions of some of the keys giving the flexibility to practice the approached scales high or low.

Mp4 Tutorial Video Included

These specially crafted exercises  familiarise the ear and fingers with the most logical and coherent chromatic approaches  to the major scale preparing the player with the resources to fuse this powerful improvisational system on to whatever musical material, wether it be licks, scales, tunes etc.

 The only limit  after having studied the system will be your imagination!

 

 

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    09/26/2020
    KB
    kerry b.
    United States United States

    ear opening experience

    I can't write a full review of product because it was purchased while in a post surgical state. I bought the differenft items because I heard in your playing somethings i have been trying to get a handle on for yerars (self taught). I can't wait to start hands on.

    04/24/2020
    CB
    Christian B.
    Italy Italy

    Mp3 s Folfer

    I suggest to you to create 1 folder for all the mp3. I had to download them 1 at time....

    04/14/2020
    JJ
    Jesús J.
    Spain Spain

    Approaching every note of the Major scale-digital PDF

    A good material to improve our improvisations, and very affordable Thank you

    12/16/2019
    JF
    Justin F.
    Austria Austria

    Very useful material - Well presented

    Generally I love the stuff from this site, especially in combination with the YouTube videos. 2 Things I'd like to see. 1. Midi files so I can play along on my DAW an slow things down as necessary 2. Get rid of those awful website pop-ups telling me Brian from Alabama just bought something.

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