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It can be easy to get stuck using the same tired licks or sets of voicings.

Here is a new way you can approach comping and improvising by incorporating the intervals of tenths and sixths.

Sterling Cozza will show you in this lesson how to practice these intervals to seamlessly integrate them into your playing!

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