Creating Improvisation Lines
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If you want to learn improvisation, this is the lesson for you. These concepts are VERY IMPORTANT for creating both bebop lines and general improvisational lines. Think of a line as a lick or phrase. In this lesson we will cover several lines and their construction. These ideas will quickly help you in 2 ways: 1) it will make your playing sound more sophisticated right away and 2) you will start to understand how to create and "weave" an improvised line through a set of chords.
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Key: C (Major)
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