Jazz Piano School Ep. 69 – Using The JPS System and Personal Assessment

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2 thoughts on “Jazz Piano School Ep. 69 – Using The JPS System and Personal Assessment”

  1. Hey i love your podcasts, it is some of the best material I have come across, the best part is the structured approach.

    I have a request for you to cover, there is a lot of material on this but would like to see your take on this style.

    Please do a lesson on how to play smooth jazz / jazz funk ( Jeff Lorber, etc..

  2. Hey Brendan. I appreciate you and your podcasts, but most importantly I appreciate your genuineness,sincerity and honesty about your own weaknesses and flaws concerning your own playing. No ego here :-). It makes this doable. I have a question concerning JPS and your JPS SOLO piano course. Are those two separate courses or will the JPS SOLO piano course techniques be incorporated in the JPS course? Also how much is the JPS course. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you

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