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I've played sax since I was a kid (I'm 38 now), but only started getting serious about jazz improvisation a couple of years ago. I've been teaching myself using various books -- Aebersold, Levine, Coker, this forum and others, etc. -- and have done fairly well with it, I think, especially given my limited practice time. I'm in a band with some friends, and having a place to actually put the stuff into practice has been tremendous.

I seem to have hit a bit of a wall, however, and find myself wondering what kind of progress I could make with a good teacher. Any suggestions for such a teacher in the Dallas area? I'm comfortable with the horn, so it doesn't have to be a sax-oriented person (though it certainly wouldn't hurt).

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