So, we all want to become better jazz improvisers and we want to become better quickly.

We want to take those kinds of solos that when we hear them we’re like, “Yes, that was awesome! I want to play and sound just like that.”

But how do we get there? How do we get there faster?

Well, in today’s video, I want to share with you what has worked best for me and I think will work really well for you too.

Important Links and Resources

Suggested Resource:

If having a step-by-step goal-oriented process for learning jazz solos and other important jazz practicing stuff is important to you, check out my course “30 Steps to Better Jazz Playing” by clicking here.

Further Reading:

Jazz Improvisation Made Simple: A Step-by-Step Guide

30 Stepsto Better Jazz Playing


  1. I do the solo transcription thing from time to time, but I seem to get lost in the harmony. I don't always know what the heck the soloist is playing over. As a newb, I refer to the Real Book, but it's not always helpful. Does that make any sense?

  2. Hey Brent, love the content you have on learnjazzstandards. I teach my private students jazz basics as part of their overall lesson structure. However, when I get overwhelmed in my own jazz journey, I turn to LJS to help me focus my thoughts! Keep up the great work!

    BTW, where did you get that shirt?

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