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Techniques for Soloing

Author: Matt Marvuglio

Lesson description

Explore techniques for soloing with Berklee College of Music faculty member Ed Tomassi. You'll learn ways to develop ideas over the length of your solo and how you can play in different registers to create a call-and-response quality or conversational effect.

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