Jazz Improv for Bass by Carol Kaye, John Clayton
By Carol Kaye, John Clayton
The single Jazz Improv ebook for bass! examine chordally, the best way everybody did in artistic Fifties, revolutionary, scorching Jazz styles used w/chord charts, designated b5 and back-cycle workouts, repeating words, chord alternative words, find out how to use in chords, exact stacked triad routines, examples of constructing solos, detailed Joe move growing part for bass w/fingerings. colossal booklet, sizeable fun-learning! CK was once voted #3 on journal Jazz polls after live shows with Joe go & Hampton Hawes Eighties, lifelong Educator three Lifetime success Awards, most recent Musicians neighborhood forty seven Hollywood, & Cert. of popularity urban of L.A. additionally, learn Carol Kaye Autobiography bk.
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