Jazzduets is a great tool for expanding your knowledge of the jazz vocabulary even if you've been studying it for many years. I found fresh and new approaches to many of the things I've been working on over the last 25 years.
I am studying (the little time I have: work, kids) with a teacher and working on four notes groups on Mayden voyage, and he told me to check this exercises. I have just started going through it and I have to say (I'm a newbie, take it into account) that the exercises are really worth the price. It's not only an exercise but it allows you to choose and mix some of the patterns to create your own licks. Good stuff. It can fill weeks of practice.
The learning materials are of the highest quality. Thoroughly recommend.
Excellent video with relevant practice material
Definitely a lot of interesting material to work on
Very useful practice tool! I now see triads everywhere!
This is me as a tenor sax player of intermediate experience tackling the thing I'm least good at which is reading music. I know I'm not as proficient as many musicians who would buy your music however, it's a method of challenge I've used in the past to get on with conquering my fears about trying to achieve that which I'm interested. Fear of failure is less than my fear of not having tried if you take my meaning! All in all I like your presentation of music...the bits I understand! Steve Parrock.
Great product love the YT Channel
I’m a cellist and I so happy with these exercises!!!
Hi Stefano Unbelievably I have just seen this video. Sorry . Wow! That sounds so beautiful. Great playing! Super inspiring. Thank you so much for taking the time to record that video. Best. Jazz Duets .
These materials have been very helpful since they are very clear in their concepts and help me a lot for working with my students and in my way of playing too. Thank you so much!
Very interesting and useful
Excellent. Makes practicing this topic both digestable and enjoyable. Thank you to Nick and the team
I’m really enjoying reading through these triad pair studies - thanks!