PaulJones
PaulJones
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@pauljones commented on @thomas-berglund's youtube
2 weeks ago
Awesome lesson- as always! The backing track makes it very easy to apply the concepts explained in the video instead of having to go back and forth with the video and another backing track. And the solo is simply great, tastefully composed and played.
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@pauljones commented on @sean-daniel's youtube
2 weeks ago
Great stuff guys, I also considered the diminished scale to be pretty useless-that until I got into jazz. Thanks for sharing!
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@pauljones commented on @thomas-berglund's youtube
2 weeks ago
Nice, great lesson! Man, I wish I could play octaves like you! I still struggle with the proper muting. Guess I'll have keep practicing that,
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@pauljones commented on @wallimann's youtube
3 weeks ago
Great tips, especially on investing time in your music and composition process, it really pays off to give a chance ideas you would otherwise dismiss. Sometimes those ideas become a great song.
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@pauljones commented on @jenslarsen's youtube
3 weeks ago
amazing stuff as always Jens!
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@pauljones commented on @jason-wilford's youtube
3 weeks ago
nice!
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@pauljones commented on @jenslarsen's youtube
3 weeks ago
I agree -this is an excellent lesson, it gives you the tools to comp in a convincing yet simple way. Jens Larsen always provides quality content, and very easy to understand.
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@pauljones commented on @wallimann's youtube
one month ago
I agree with you, it's a great exercise to learn the songs that you like. This will allow you to learn new things that resonate with you and you can incorporate into your playing. You don't have to do this with every song you like, but as with happened with you-only until you learn it you realize what makes that song resonate with you so much.
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@pauljones commented on @tommaso-zillio's articles
one month ago
I know! You get a lot of interesting sounds by mixing two arpeggios and adding different bass notes. I think it's because you're playing with chord extensions rather than chord tones, so it sounds more interesting and ambiguous.
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@pauljones commented on @thomas-berglund's youtube
one month ago
Great stuff Thomas! And quite easy to learn! I'll apply this technique to play basslines and chords in other standards.
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@pauljones commented on @jenslarsen's youtube
one month ago
awesome!
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