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 #75243  by LazyLightnin
 Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:08 pm
http://www.jazzpracticeloops.com/about/index.htm

Hey check this site out, it has loops in almost any key for the 2-5-1 pattern. This site has given me plenty of templates to refine the "CAGED" method. There are also some standards to jam to also. you can choose how many times you want the track to loop - hell you could loop it all day long!

try doing your G#m7 arpeggios over the Emaj loops - gives you some ideas on how to make "Eyes" more jazzy feelin' 8)
 #75247  by FretfulDave
 Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:25 pm
Very cool! Thanks LL. I pipe it through a stereo and play along. Mostly acoustic so far but will look to use the low power tube head. looks like the perfect application for that... tube tone at listening volumes. And with a backup band :P

:smile:

Dave
 #75505  by LazyLightnin
 Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:05 am
yes , i cant seem to fix the blur either, but if you right click and zoom in where you see individual chords you can just write them down. i know -work lol.

the loop function is on the blurry player window. its at the top. its set for 1 loop, put the cursor next to the one and you can type in the number of loops you want, 1- 999.

wish there was a way to record these loops and save to file. 8)
 #75506  by LazyLightnin
 Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:05 am
yes , i cant seem to fix the blur either, but if you right click and zoom in where you see individual chords you can just write them down. i know -work lol.

the loop function is on the blurry player window. its at the top. its set for 1 loop, put the cursor next to the one and you can type in the number of loops you want, 1- 999.

wish there was a way to record these loops and save to file. 8)
 #75532  by JonnyBoy
 Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:48 pm
To answer the save thing, get a stream recorder, these days a Dead Head archive ripper. :lol: you can get them free online.
 #76745  by waldo041
 Mon Mar 29, 2010 11:12 am
another great site with some laid down jazz rythms for the aspiring jazz player!

i believe it's a french site, and grilles are the rythm patterns, so search out the mp3 for the audio.
http://nuagesdeswing.free.fr/jouer/jouer_index2b.html

peace,
waldo
 #77124  by trking8
 Sat Apr 03, 2010 8:06 am
waldo041 wrote:another great site with some laid down jazz rythms for the aspiring jazz player!

http://nuagesdeswing.free.fr/jouer/jouer_index2b.html

peace,
waldo
dude,

this is freakin awesome - - this is the best site I've seen for moving your game up into jazz/gypsy jazz. :hail:

I owe you a pitcher of expensive beer. thanks, bro,

terry

p.s. of course I'm not gonna see daylight for awhile...