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You should begin by watching these free videos and by signing up for my free Play Sax by Ear Crash Course. Once you have completed that material, you should then take my Pentatonic Foundation Course. The Blues Foundation Course is meant for more advanced students or those who have already completed the Pentatonic Foundation.
Yes! The videos can be viewed on any device as long as you are connected to the internet. They are streamed from a private server in High Definition and can be watched an unlimited number of times. The PDF downloads and MP3 tracks can be downloaded for offline use.
Yes! The DVDs are not yet available, but they will be soon. You can order them separately at that time.
No. Once you are enrolled, you have lifetime access. There will be no recurring fees or renewal fees. Pay once, that’s it.
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Yes. 30 days trial, 100% satisfaction guarantee.
If you don’t find that the Blues Foundation Course has helped you improve as a sax player, and learn how to improvise blues solos by ear, just send me a message and I’ll refund your entire purchase price no questions asked.
No, the Blues Foundation course is for all saxophones. There are demonstration videos and audio tracks performed on both alto and tenor. Everything can be played on any saxophone.
Absolutely yes! The lessons in this course apply to any instrument. Since the material is all taught in a way that you will be learning by ear, there are no transposition issues to worry about.