Have you been told any of these 10 mistruths about jazz?
If so, you may have started believing things that are ultimately not helping you improve as a jazz player.
Listen to episode 382
In this episode:
1. Mistruth #1: If you can hear it, then you can play it.
2. Mistruth #2: You don’t need to know theory in order to play jazz.
3. Mistruth #3: You need to know a lot of music theory in order to play jazz.
4. Mistruth #4: You need to have amazing techniques in order to play jazz.
5. Mistruth #5: Learn jazz solos and you’ll improvise better.
6. Mistruth #6: Great musicians don’t plan out their solos.
7. Mistruth #7: In order to get good at playing jazz, you need to practice a lot.
8. Mistruth #8: You should never learn jazz from sheet music.
9. Mistruth #9: Master something that you’re practicing before moving on to the next thing.
10. Mistruth #10: You need to know a lot of jazz standards in order to play with other
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