F Major Scale Alto Saxophone Lessons
F Major Alto Saxophone Scales and Warm Ups.
Scales, scales scales, saxophone scales.
I know……No-one really “wants” to play hours and hours of scales on their saxophones every day, but a surprisingly large number of people have realised that they probably “need” to get stuck into a couple of quick scales to keep their ears, mouths, brains, and fingers on the straight and narrow….
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again:
If you don’t eat your vegetables, you won’t grow up to be big and strong.
If you don’t play your scales you won’t become the Rock Stars that you so deserve to be !
Long, slow saxophone scales are the best for your overall playing – especially the F Major Scale Alto Saxophone.
Let’s play our F Major scale on our saxophones together.
F Major Scale for Alto Saxophone – warm up play along session
I have received several requests for “play along scales” and “warm ups” – so I have filmed, recorded and put videos for all the major scales inside the Members Area here at HowToPlayTheSax.com
These can be used as warm ups, or a handy reference point, or just for the motivation to practice your scales.
A few minutes of saxophone scales every time you play WILL make you a better saxophonist.
And an F Major Scale Alto Saxophone lesson is a great place to start 🙂
F Major Scale Saxophone Lessons
How To Play F Major Scale On The Saxophone.
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F Major Scale Alto Saxophone.
F Major Saxophone Scales.
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F Major Scale Alto Sax.
However, if you’re looking for more saxophone scales, please become a member and I’ll see you inside the Members Area for this full lesson and many, many, many others !
All of our other saxophone lessons are available to our Members inside our Members Area.
In all of the full saxophone lessons for all songs that we are learning inside the Members Area – we break the song components down into bite sized pieces. We slow it down, we dissect it, we build on the individual components until we are confident and comfortable enough to give it all a red hot go.
We are all about quick wins, tips, hints and suggestions here at How To Play The Sax, as well as helping you take your saxophone playing to the next level !! Learning how to play all of your scales on alto saxophone is certainly a great way to add more awesomeness to your repertoire.
And we have some fun along the way…….
( By the way, if you’re interested, here are 3 Ways To Make Saxophone Practice Fun ! )
Even if you have never played the saxophone before, we can get you started with learning how to play the saxophone and have you rocking and rolling in no time.
The Cheat Sheets inside the Members Area (and the Members Forums) make learning how to play the saxophone easier too 🙂
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