Cool stuff, Stephane!
wow man, i really wanna learn some jazz licks, will study this, love the control you got over the tone, brilliant!
Awesome lesson Stephane!
Nice phrasing Stéphane !!!!
Great stuff like always Stephane!
good stuff! I'm gonna study this for sure!
Beautiful, classical jazz!
Thanks a lot friends!
cool la leçon j'adore, merci stephane
i LOVE this, once again man, this is the second time im hearing this, and now im going to practice it!
LOVE the long line at the end
Hey there leonard478, great to know you like it mate Practicing it already?
Great lesson Stephane! Your lessons have an amazing flow, I just can't stop practising this one!
Here's a classic Jazz Blues chords progression I used in this lesson :
I Bb7 I Eb7 I Bb7 I Bb7alt I Eb7 I Eb7 I Bb7 I G7alt I C-7 I F7alt I Bb7/G7alt I C-7/F7alt I
So, what scales can we use to improvise over this chords progression?
Of course the Bb pentatonic/blues scale will work fine but we need more options to underline the chords change.
Here are some scale's options I used in the solo:
Bb7 : Bb Mixolydian mode
Eb7 : Eb Mixolydian mode
C-7 / F7 = II / V in Bb : Bb Major scale
Over altered chords we will use the altered scale : that's the seventh mode of the melodic minor scale.
For exemple the G altered scale can be built from Ab melodic minor.
You'll also find here and there some chromaticism and passing tone.