Welcome to Scooby-Sax!
The Website of Jeff Rzepiela
Phil Woods is my hero. He is a masterful saxophonist, composer, arranger, raconteur,
and friend. I have contributed 20 transcribed solos to his site.

The Jazzschool (http://www.jazzschool.com/)

Leanne Weatherly (http://leanneweatherly.com/)

Dave Le Febvre (http://www.jazzwest.com/DaveLeFebvre/index.htm)

Greg Fishman (https://www.gregfishmanjazzstudios.com): Greg is an excellent player and
educator. Lots of great material on his site including etude books, duets, ear-training,
etc. He also offers Skype lessons.

Bill Plake (http://billplakemusic.org/) is a saxophonist and certified Alexander Technique
instructor. He offers lessons in improvisation as well as the Alexander Technique.
Additionally he has a number of ebooks available at his site.

Tim Price (http://www.timpricejazz.com/)

David Berkman (Author of "The Jazz Musician's Guide to Creative Practicing")

Doug Ramsey's Jazz Blog (http://www.artsjournal.com/rifftides/)

Casa Valdez Jazz Blog (http://davidvaldez.blogspot.com/)

Jazz Wax Jazz Blog (http://www.jazzwax.com./)

All About Jazz (http://www.allaboutjazz.com/)

Bob Keller's Jazz Page (http://www.cs.hmc.edu/~keller/jazz.html)

Matt Otto (http://www.mattotto.org/)

Charles McNeal (http://charlesmcneal.com/)

Steve Neff (http://www.neffmusic.com/)

Saxsolos.com: (http://www.saxsolos.com/)

EJMA: (http://chnani.perso.neuf.fr/ejma/updates.html)

Kelly Bucheger's Harder Bop: (http://harderbop.blogspot.com/)



http://www.jazzbeat.org: Free venue for promoting jazz books, jazz education material,
jazz lessons, jazz CDs, DVDs, jazz gifts, and jazz merchandise, and music websites

Atlanta saxophone player, Randy Hunter (http://www.randyhunterjazz.com/)

http://www.beginningsax.com/ : Online saxophone lessons for beginners. Learn how to
play the saxophone with a jazz approach. Free introductory sax lessons.

http://www.jazzcorner.com/ : The largest portal for the official websites of hundreds of
jazz musicians and organizations.


RS Berkeley Saxophones (RS Berkeley Saxophones): Combining the preferred tonal
and playability characteristics of horns made in the '50s and '60s with the manufacturing
precision and quality control made possible by modern technology, the Virtuoso Series
epitomizes RS Berkeley's penchant for collaborating with the best players to create the
best instrument designs.






Photography by Delgado (http://www.godelgado.com/)