Jazz Blues – 3 Easy Techniques That Make You Sound Better

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You know the sound of the blues and can play blues solos. Then you start playing jazz, and it is all about playing changes and using arpeggios and the right scales, but there is no common ground, and you don't have a way to combine the two as you hear with Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson or George Benson.

In this video, I am going to show you some of the techniques you can use to get that mix in there and play jazz blues, something that is great on a 12 bar blues, but that will work for you on pretty much all songs.

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