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A collection of tutorials and resources for beginners
12 Step Scale charts PDF - 13 pages
Practising Pentatonics & Blues PDF - 20 pages
Scales & Chords for Beginners PDF- 51 pages
Chord & Scale Reference charts PDF 58 pages
Includes download playalong mp3 and PDF sheet music
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The full beginners course. Included are playalongs and sheet music for Eb alto, with Bb transpositions available via download PDF.
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...is just that and that G4 M is still safe etc....
If I am eating alot of eggs to save money and I am also saving in heating bills cos flatulence is FREE ! so win win ! Hahahaha.
Kind Wishes to all .
p.s. I have a sense of humour cos it is v much needed when a beginner like me plays overtones .
Hey buddy ....I will try to explain ...being a beginner at most things helps alot.’alot ‘ means it helps to a great extent .that is all,and being a beginner means having a beginners mind etc...as explained by me .’ Alot ‘ is not a noun but an adjective .kind wishes
A beginners mind is open and does not fall into the common pitfalls of arrogance and ego so I like to cultivate it .Every moment of focus / awareness is fresh and new .That is why I think too much repetition is stifling .In the Arts I believe a beginners mind helps in ‘ creating ‘ ......I think...
The TJ Classic is a student/beginners model, the Antigua is an Intermediate model... if you can try both but going on write ups, assuming they are both in good working order and no issues, I would go for the Antigua.
...me 3-4 months. I only play 2 - 2.5 hours a day, but it is still strange that yours wear out so quickly. Do you bite regularly? This is pretty common for beginners. Also, 4 hours is a long time to practice, especially for a beginner. You may be wearing out your embouchure and that's why you bite.
Regarding plan A - knowing you can have the horn checked and working, locally and at no extra cost, for a year is, itself, valuable. It's quite hard for beginners to know if their struggles are them or the horn. This way you can be assured it's you (!).