Modal Interchange starts to dive headfirst into the theory rabbit hole for sure.

But in this episode, I’ll cover the basics of what it is, where you’ll see it and how you can start to use it in your playing!


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    1. Hi, the videos that are posted below the podcast do not contain the upfront talk and introduction. That is just for the audio audience. In the youtube videos for the watchers, this lesson starts at 1:30 with less talk. Enjoy!

  1. Thanks for this wonderful gift finally I have a better understanding of modal interchange most talked about but never expected.. Well don excellent.. I’ve been following up on the JPL and I’m already seeing some progress.


  2. Awesome podcast Brendon….can’t wait for parts 2/3, and especially how to use the approach for Impro ideas. (hope the potatoes made it!…) I’ll sign up for the singer accompanying course too…
    Thanks again, Greg (Sydney, Australia)

  3. Thanks for this enlightening lesson, Brenden. I have your link to download
    the practice materials but keep being told that the sever can’t be found.
    Can you help with this problem.
    Best wishes, Brian.

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