In this final part of the Creative Improvising for Saxophone Mini-Course, you will learn how to use chromatic passing notes to “spice up” your improvised solos.

Is it for me?

If you are bored of always playing the same lines when improvising on your saxophone, then this is definitely the course for you.  Chromatic movement is a brilliant way to explore new areas when soloing over a jazz tune on sax.  And, with the right techniques, it’s very easy to do.

In this lesson you will learn techniques for using Chromatic movement that is easy to incorporate into your solos right away.

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Happy practicing,

Nigel

Nigel McGill

After 25 years touring, performing all over the world, I setup Sax School to share what I have learned. Today thousands of players in more than 70 countries use the huge library of online saxophone lessons in Sax School. Find out how it can help you too! www.mcgillmusic.com

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