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Jan
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comment Is the usage of scales (modes) in jazz music common practice?
The first question isn't very interesting, except in clarifying your intention. Because in a sense, everything is scales. You're playing something purely by ear, purely from theory (based on the changes), or some combination thereof. The changes imply scales, and you're probably hearing scales in your head. So it's all scales. Scales.
Jan
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comment Is the usage of scales (modes) in jazz music common practice?
I actually find the first question to be poorly-phrased. What do you mean? Are you asking if anyone has ever played an Eb phrygian scale from root up to octave and back down in their solo?
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comment What are the pros and cons of Traditional Grip vs. Matched Grip for snare and drumset?
Would a matched grip avoid some of the issues you mentioned if the drummer is using a "remote hi hat clutch"?
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comment What are good beginner books to follow for classical guitar (self study or otherwise) ?
Upvote for reminding me of this good (according to my subjective memory!) resource... though I can't elaborate on why either!
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comment How can I learn to sing and play an instrument (like Piano) at the same time?
What kind of songs are we talking about, here?
Feb
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comment Lead sheets / fake sheets without score
In light of your comments under "Editing ...", I wonder why anyone would choose the ASCII method...??
Feb
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comment How to start self learning to play guitar?
At least teach him D so he can play "Hey hey what can I do" by Zeppelin!
Feb
21
comment WHY do harmonics happen?
(+1) for the fourth drawing. Well... mostly :)
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revised In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?
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answered In a song in G major the sound F appears and sounds good. Is there a name for such a phenomenon?