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GregB

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Would it be appropriate to post some notes from my own practice sessions on blues that I've written as I try to apply Ted's lessons to my own playing?  When I practice something like the "Blues in Bb" or "Blues in G" I  not only learn the piece, but I try to really internalize what I've learned by using it in different ways, different keys, mixing up concepts and ideas an so on. I end up writing new blues progressions based on what I've learned.

I have a couple of Blues that I've written that show where my practice took me.  Is it appropriate to post PDFs of those "Ted Inspired Blues" here?


wkriski

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I for one would love to see anything inspired by Ted. Those blues sheets are great and if you've been able to internalize it and use it in new ways that's even better. I'd even love to see a video lesson like Tim Lerch did which is really inspiring when you see it visually.
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