minor 7th licks
Playing short patterns is very important to increase your sense of improvisation and soloing technique. Learning patterns is good for understanding and analyzing what other musicians have done, this is a nice way to build your musical vocabulary.
In this lesson you will find 5 minor 7th jazz guitar patterns with tabs to play over minor seventh chords using arpeggios (minor, minor seventh, minor ninth, half diminished), and the inevitable dorian mode.
Once you have learnt these patterns be sure to play them in different keys. Be sure to add notes, find and develop your own ideas, do not become a pattern player, this is not the aim of this lesson.
Please note that these patterns are taken from the "25 minor jazz guitar licks" printable eBook PDF.
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