Hi everybody there's now two new videos from the jazz guitar licks youtube channel available on the website. Those videos are about the tritone substitution over a II-V-I jazz progression.
The tritone substitution is one of the most common substitutions found in jazz music. The basic application of a tritone substitution is to take any 7th chord and play another 7th chord that has its root a tritone away from that initial chord.
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This following lick contains notes from the dorian mode and notes from the diminished scale (often used to play over altered chords like #9, b9, #11, b13, etc )
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