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I found this a refreshing approach to understanding scale/chord relationships. Nice!
Blues wizard Josh Smith talks about the importance of rhythm guitar in a world preoccupied with guitar solos.
Just because it’s drums doesn’t mean you can’t use these beats/rhythms in your own practice. Why do scales in boring even notes? Mix it up!
art by Adam Ellis
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Super-cool. Thanks, Peter!
Wynton Marsalis knows how to practice. As a younger man, he was equally at home in front of a symphony orchestra playing the Haydn concerto, or laying down some serious jazz with Art Blakey. Check out Wynton’s discography for more evidence of his skill and artistry. That’s what tens of thousands of hours of practice sounds like. Check out his 12…