Clarence Clemons was the sax player with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. He’s the guy that recorded the iconic solos on “Jungleland” and “Born to Run” (and loads more!).
To me, he is the ultimate “Rock Sax God” player for that style of power rock sax solos.
So, he’s a good guy to check out!
What’s inside the Clarence Clemons Sound Formula?
In this lesson series you’ll learn how to break down the iconic elements of Clemons’ playing so that you can apply it to your own saxophone sound.
We explore his playing on the track “Paradise by the C” which is easy to learn but also packed with style elements that make his sound so cool.
The Sound Formula includes worksheets, practice tracks and exercises you can use right away to develop your sound.
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