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In this second part, we will be covering improvisation techniques. The concepts in this lesson are extremely important for improvisors of ALL levels. In particular the sections on starting and ending notes are a great way to analyze your improvisation and gain concepts that will carry over to many other songs.
From the course: Comping Chords
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