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    • By Jannatul Ferdous
      Here is a scale practice lead I made 12 years before, Copy it on windows notepad, midi and notepad files are given below -
      |-3-1-0-3-1-0-3-1-0-3-1-0-3-1-0-3-/5-5-3-1-5-3-1-5-3-1-5-3-1-5-3-1-5-/7-|
      |-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

      |-7-5-3-7-5-3-7-5-3-7-5-3-7-5-3-7-/8-8-7-5-----7-5-------5-----------------|
      |------------------------------------------8-6-----8-6-5---8-6-5---5-6-5---|
      |----------------------------------------------------------------7---------|
      |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
      |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

      |-------------5-7-------5-7-8-/10-8-7-5--------------|
      |-6-5---5-6-8-----5-6-8-----------------8-6-5--------|
      |-----7---------------------------------------7-5----|
      |----------------------------------------------------|
      |----------------------------------------------------|
      |----------------------------------------------------|
      Lead.mid
      Lead.tab
    • By donfully
      Intermediate level for improvising in all genres, but can be seen as an introductory lesson to improvising jazz. This lesson deals with playing, but also with understanding basic concepts and also the language used amongst professionals, namely, seeing scales as extensions. I've always wanted to do this lesson series since I don't see a lot of introduction to jazz improvisation (applicable to rock as well) that is friendly and relatable to blues players.

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