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Kristofer Dahl
post Jul 29 2007, 01:12 PM
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"Free to go" Lesson - solo

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Here is is the solo part of Pavel's "Free to Go" compostion. Notice how Pavel buicld up - saving the faster runs and the high notes for the end of the solo. Apply this kind of thinking to your own soloing!

Oh and don't miss this second occasion to jam "virtually" with Pavel! biggrin.gif

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post Jul 29 2007, 01:31 PM
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"Free to go" Lesson - solo

Europe: "Free to go" Lesson - solo

Here is is the solo part of Pavel's "Free to Go" compostion. Notice how Pavel buicld up - saving the faster runs and the high notes for the end of the solo. Apply this kind of thinking to your own soloing!

Oh and don't mis sthis econd occasion to jam "virtually" with Pavel! biggrin.gif

Kris


i like the mixing in of the 3-6 note runs, that is the really big thing that I get out of this, a sweet solo, with pop added to it by putting in those little runs, thanks, learned something big here I think.
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