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#1189133 - 04/28/09 02:25 PM Where do I start?
xxmynameisjohnxx Offline
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Registered: 10/27/08
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Loc: San Diego
So I can already improv well, read off chord charts, and play with bands and that stuff, but I'm not very good at getting that kinda piano rock/blues feel [kind of like Ben Folds in the song fired] and I'd really like to get better at it. I can play along with a 12 bar without to much problem, but I basically just stick to playing the straight chords rather than playing much of a melody and I let the guitars take that. I'd like to just get better at my rock and blues piano, I'm not bad at it but I'm not good either. I can play it well enough so people who don't play think I'm good, but that's it. Ha. Any advice?
I also wanna learn more about jazz chord voicings, I suck at those....
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#1189284 - 04/28/09 05:45 PM Re: Where do I start? [Re: xxmynameisjohnxx]
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I think you've gone about as far as you can go with out professional help.

Finding a teacher that will teach what you want may take some doing, but is the next step.

Good luck.

Malcolm



Edited by majones (04/28/09 05:53 PM)

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