i know the topic of jazz soloing with the DB or any instrument for that matter, is massively complicated. coming from a rock/blues background i'm used to the whole "play an a minor scale over a song in a minor" which clearly doesnt work for most jazz standards because of shifting keys. a lot of bassists will stress that you should forget about scales and focus on playing the chords and chordal substitutes, so in autumn leaves, focus on playing the notes forming the Am7 chord, D7 chord, G7 chord, etc etc. I guess my massive problem with this (at least as a beginner soloist), is that 1 measure per chord seems incredibly fast to develop anything meaningful solo wise, it's almost like i can play a few notes, like walk into the 3rd or 5th and then poof another chord and whatever i was developing i need to shift somewhere else. i must be going about this the wrong way. can anyone please give me some guidance on developing fine jazz soloing for the 1-chord-per-measure standards? thanks!