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"Until I ran into your site I would dread my band rehearsals because of the "on-the-spot" feeling I would get when it's my turn to improvise. Then one day after studying with you for two weeks I went to rehearsal and it all came out. My band was pleasantly surprised."
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"When I discovered the free lesson with the "5 Essential 7th chords" I immediately made that lesson a sort of warmup exercise that has also helped me get a quick grasp on the 5 most important chords to get started on Jazz piano. I had done something similar on guitar, but had never visualized it like you did to piano. Thanks for a truly wonderful website! I have learned tons in just a small amount of time."
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