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    Re: New Jody Jazz model: Jet

    interesting thread for me. I am looking for a Vandoren Jumbo Java a45. Did somebody compare this mp to a Jody Jet or a Selmer Spirit?
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    Re: a mouthpiece for my Selmer sa 80 III Tenor

    with a NY Woodwind mouthpiece (it is really a Chedevile design and blank) the sound is great. And now as Dr G mentioned i have to find a good reed. Conzalez sounds very good.
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    a mouthpiece for my Selmer sa 80 III Tenor

    after playing a Selmer sa 80 II Tenor for 2 years i switched to a sa 80 III. The reason was that i had problems to get the low notes on the 80 II. Sometimes i got them sometimes it was really...
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    Re: What is your favorite standard on Alto?

    oh yeah, Work Song played by CBA is really one of my favorites, but my top favorite is this player playing this song
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    What is your favorite standard on Alto?

    What is your favorite standard on Alto?

    I am looking for good alto standards, which are not just transcriptions from Tenor.
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    Re: Clifford Jordan

    During my vacation visit of New York City in May i saw and heard Seumus Blake in Dizzy's Club in the Lincoln Center (Time Warner Building at the Columbus Circle) playing the music of Clifford...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    what is a a German augmented sixth chord?

    a year ago i tried to improvise over Out of Nowhere without any chord knowledge at all. Its some kind of melody embellishment, and its very limited. I...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    as a matter of fact i not only opened this thread for learning how to do it better,
    but to hear from you how you approach the chord learning process. I always
    propagated learning by ear but...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    i think all the answers here tried to make it as simple as possible.
    If i don't understand something here it doesn't mean that it is too complex.
    I still try to understand why numbering intervals...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    i found a really great jazz site on the Internet the "Jazz Advice" . One of the articles is called How to Put Chord Tones At Your Fingertips written by Forrest. Great Stuff.

    Thank you John Lull...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    secondary dominant: From E7b9 to Am and G i understand. How do you come from Em7 to E7b9? I don't see any Em7 here.

    Although i only understand half of what you say, this looks very elegant.
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    I didn't know this kind of notation Bm7-5 for Bm7b5. And you meant A Locrian as of G and not Locrian mode of A. I misundestood you.

    I think the Blues thing is different. Most hobby players like me...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    Thanks hgiles and bob3dsf and all the others. A lot of stuff to think about.

    Unfortunately my knowledge about harmony theory is very limited.

    This cliche thing is interesting. How will you...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    If you apply your concepts to let say "Out of Nowhere". For Tenor it is a tune in A. the first 8 bars are /Amaj7/-/C-7/F7/ Amaj7/-/C#-7/F#7b9/ How will you then know what to play? By the way for me...
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    Re: how to memorize chords

    Thanks bakkiemetkoekie.
    I will hear it that I III VI are all T and VII is D? Could you please explain that a little bit?
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    how to memorize chords

    There may be several ways to do that. Learning the changes of a tune i try to memorize the chords of that tune. I look at the chord symbols and try to visualize the intervals and repeat silently the...
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    Re: A good gig mic? 80% rocking blues

    what mics these nice Sax ladies are using?
    Are that sm58?
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    Re: Phil-Tone Site Down or Stolen

    when i invoke your link (phil-tone.com) i get the following web page:

    http://www.bloozer.de/phil-tone.jpg
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    Re: looking for a large diaphragm mic

    hakukani wrote


    yes, i am aware of that. I don't know why they have put the 27 from one product line to another one.
    Changes are minimal. The original price idea of the ksm27 was nearly 800...
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    Re: looking for a large diaphragm mic

    great playing and very good recording. What recording setup are you using?
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