How You Should Really Be Practicing Your Scales for Jazz Improvisation

How You Should Really Be Practicing Your Scales for Jazz Improvisation

This is one of my favorite exercises for practicing scales, especially when it comes to improvising. The traditional ways of going up and down the scales are good for muscle memory and technique, but not much else. You gotta get your head in the game!

Gear (but does it really matter?):

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Saxophone – Selmer Mark VI SN: 111XXX – http://bit.ly/29W1Srz
EWI – http://amzn.to/2b1EKXj
Midi Controller – http://amzn.to/2bdjNtd
Hair (the most important gear of all): Bb Texture by Bumble and Bumble – http://amzn.to/2byJROm

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