#1
Im starting to transcribe blues licks (its frustrating but rewarding work) and I'm debating whether I should write them down or not. I was wondering what everybody on UG did and to get some opinions on whether I should write them down or not.

Thanks

Flow of soul
Last edited by Flow of soul at Aug 8, 2008,
#2
Absolutely. Not only does it obviously eliminate the trouble of memorizing them, but it makes them far easier to analyze. If you are transcribing a solo, always write it down.
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#3
Yep. When I'm improvising and come up on something I think is cool, I'll write it down to make sure I don't forget it. Or even just a practice exercise that I think will be helpful to spend time on.
#5
Of course, especially when transcribing.
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