Been playing bass for 5 years now, and I feel pretty mediocre. I am changing my priorities to be a decent jazz improvisationalist. My first goal is to learn how to walk well, and then solo around a melody. My biggest flaw is that I don't have a great ear for pitch. I have created a three month plan, that should hopefully get me into a decent shape: JANUARY - Work through Ed Fuqua's "Walking Bassics". This will be combined with arpeggio exercises. - 15 minutes of daily work on Miles.be's "Functional Ear Trainer" - 15 minutes of daily work on learning to sing on pitch with "Singing Coach". I will believe this will help my ear out, and when I do ear training later on which involves singing intervals, I will be singing the intervals on pitch. - doing scale exercises courtesy of Scott Devine - work through "Scales, Intervals, Keys, Triads, Rhythm, and Meter". FEBRUARY - Study various versions of "Autumn Leaves" with Ed Fuqua's method on how to really learn a tune - continue same ear training work. - continue scale exercises. - work through "Basic Harmonic Progressions" MARCH - continue scale exercises - Study another jazz standard, using the same method. Song is not determined yet. - Start doing the Ear Training work from jazzadvice.com, which is supposed to help me master my intervals in 28 days. - Work through "The Jazz Theory Book" by Mark Levine. Does this look like a good plan?