You probably know this feeling with Jazz Licks: You have transcribed a great lick that you want to use because it sounds amazing on the album where you learned it. But every time you use it in a solo then it is this big block that just never really sits right in your solo and sort of breaks up everything.
This video gives you a better way to approach solos and licks you have transcribed
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00:33 Keep it Short and use Phrases as Building Blocks
01:05 Joe Pass is a Good Guitarist, Be Like Joe
02:08 Forward Motion and Joe Pass
02:40 A Message from Things-I-Forgot-To-Film-Jens
03:19 Different types of Phrases to Recognize and Learn
05:25 Building Your Own Jazz Vocabulary – 2 Examples
07:15 Analyzing Longer Phrases – What You Lose When You Zoom In
08:19 Kurt Rosenwinkel Breaks the Rules (again)
09:27 But Parker also Breaks the Rules
10:34 Arpeggios as Building Blocks
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