If you would like a 20 minute Skye lesson with me go here, https://saxstation.com/20-minute-skype-lesson-neal
To read more about getting a free 5 minute lesson:
Getting feedback can be critically important in improving your saxophone playing. I have taught quite a few students and learning about small changes to make can really change the direction of whether you ingrain a bad habit or get better.
If you do two things, you can get a free five minute Skype lesson with me.
- Ask a question on this page, https://saxstation.com/ask-a-saxophone-question
- Email me a link to a video you have publicly uploaded on Youtube of yourself playing saxophone that has you mentioning you would like help from Sax Station
That’s it. In that order.
If I’m traveling playing music or particularly busy, it may take me a few days to get back to you, but it shouldn’t be much longer than that. If I’m seeing many of these requests, I’ll get to them in the order I receive them.
Learning how to ask better questions is very important for getting better at saxophone and really for learning almost anything.
The thought process of forming a good question actually helps you start figuring out the answer yourself. But asking it to someone who is knowledgeable can also add something to the answer.
“how do I get better?” is a very general and to be honest, not particularly useful question. It depends much on exactly what you can play now.
Better to ask, “how to I improve the transition between C and D in ……?”
For the free Skype lessons, I would like to record them and provide them as a resource for saxophone players of different levels.