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Bm7b5 arpeggio and ionian mode | II-V-I sequence | FREE jazz guitar lesson
- By Stef Ramin
- On 21/01/2016
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Here is a new II-V-I jazz guitar lick using a Bm7b5 arpeggio and the ionian mode. This free lesson shows you how to play a Bm7b5 arpeggio over a D minor seventh chord.
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