Another solo guitar (Bb jazz blues)

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  1. Tomo

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    That's some fun stuff there :)
     
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    Nice job! Some really nice ideas in there!
     
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    If I could play like that, I'd never leave the house! Stellar all around Tomo! (...as usual)
     
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    Thanks so much! I teach this style to my students. A la Joe Pass... no backing track style.

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    Thanks so much! I should practice jazz more. I only know 2-3 ii-v's licks.

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    Thanks so much for your kind words! To be a better player, you have to go out too. I am practicing!

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    I love the mix of jazz and blues. Another great one Tomo.
     
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    KENNY, thanks so much! Glad to hear that...

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    Damn nice. You are a badass on that strat. I also liked that you picked the key of Bb to do that on in. And I like that blues pattern you use, with diminished chords and all.
    You have a nice way of mixing in R and B with your jazziness. I like this because it is a reminder that it always comes back to the blues.
     
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    Thank you!

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    i like how one can hear all the changes very clearly!
    i also love your time!
     
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    Nice job Tomo. It really flows.

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    Thanks so much! To hear all those chord changes, you can practice simple voicing (Root 3rd 7th) over blues, jazz blues, standards. Then you can hear...
    Don't practice looper or backing tracks.(Some purpose is ok). Sometime, you should practice only triads etc.

    Thanks for your kind words.

    Tomo
     
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    thank you, tomo!
     
  18. Tomo

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    You're welcome.

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    Thanks so much! For playing jazzy blues... you can play in any keys. Bb & F are very popular keys. Thanks again.

    Tomo
     

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