This week is a topic that we have touched on before but I would like to revisit it again. Learning to play long lines through dense changes is not easy and takes a lot of practice and thought. Rhythm changes are one of the best examples of chord changes that come at you quickly and can be very difficult. In this episode, we talk about playing a single direction line that weaves it’s way through the changes while adapting to the harmony as it goes. This helps us to avoid playing per-programmed material that always sounds the same. Enjoy the episode!
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