#1
anyone have a good recomendation for a jazz/blues lesson book? one that will explain theory and how to play solos and progresions well. thanks
#2
i would just recommend learning theory from a good teacher or something and all the different techniques needed to solo. It doesnt need to be a jazz or blues book i mean the theory and the technniques are the same are they not?
maybe so...maybe so young one.

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#3
I would suggest the real book. Also the omni book, idk how it's spelled, i think that's it. Oh yeah, laern theory from either a book, or a teacher. I suggest a teacher. Learn the major scales, then the modes of the major scales. Also, arperggios, and chord extensions, 7ths, 9ths, 11ths, 13ths, also, minor of all those, diminished, half diminished 7ths, and of course, the majors.

EDIT: I forgot to mention the most important thing ....Learn to read standard notation if you already can't.
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