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Jazz 201: Breaking Down More Great Jazz Piano Licks With James Wrubel

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Are you an aspiring jazz piano player?

Playing jazz piano can really test your soloing and improvisation skills.  In fact, you can learn how to improvise like you’ve been playing jazz piano for years with James Wrubel’s helpful soloing tricks. The video above features James from the Hear and Play Jazz 201 learning DVD (If you don’t know who James is, he’s played with jazz greats such as the late Jon Stubblefield, Nedra Wheeler and many more). He shows you some professional triplets and licks that can take your jazz playing to the next level.

Learn How to:

-Incorporate professional 2-5-1 jazz progressions and make small changes every time to make your sound unique

-Add chordal support to get a very rich sound and accompany any jazz melody

-Make sure that no matter what licks and voicings you play, they will fit right in every time and grab the attention of your listeners.

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