Sounding good on sax is not a simple task!
With some help, you can improve quickly though.
People sometimes will throw questions at you about how you learned, how long you’ve been playing, who taught you.
Even if you’ve only been playing saxophone for a little while, people will think that you’ve spent years mastering it if you sound good.
And it’s not advanced harmonic theory that you learn at music school that will make the audience enjoy your music….
The methods of learning music can be simplified depending on what you want to play. Not every sax player needs to know the theory necessary to play and compose music like Charlie Parker did.
If you have wanted to learn saxophone or set it aside for a number of years, pick it up again! You can play the music you want to play by practicing in your free time.
It’s a great anti-depressant! And it won’t cost you that much money.
If you enjoy the music, the scales won’t seem tiresome and exercises that have a definite payoff will make more sense. The process of learning saxophone is one to have fun with.
Feel free to check out the Free Saxophone Demonstration Lessons from Sax Station.
You’ll promptly be sent video and audio lessons that you can quickly start in on.
Might even be surprised at how easy it is to play some things on saxophone.
And as you play more it will get easier and easier. Before you know it, you’ll be playing all the pieces you like best. Ballads, swing, funk, Latin, classical, jazz.
Even if you don’t see yourself as having a special talent in music. You can become an accomplished saxophone player, someone people want to hear.
Whether you’re a beginning sax player or a seasoned performer, joining the Saxophone Tribe can help you.
Just fill out your name and email to get started and learn more.
If you are serious about playing saxophone and being happy with your sound for yourself, family, and audiences.