#3
ok maybe I didn't explain myself well enough. I want to be able to play that style of music but it is clear he is using scales I am unfamiliar with. What can I learn in order to play in this fashion?
#5
That's just down home jazz soloing. There's a lot that goes into getting "that sound" involved and no one scale is going to magically give you that. It's a culmination of rhythm, feel, chord changes and a lot of studying and transcribing to get that style down.
#6
stop wanting to play like vic your only going to get mad VERY mad at yourself. TRUST ME
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#7
Whos that 2nd bassists hes playing with?His style and technique is very much like victors.
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