Jazz guitar licks website is online
- By Stef Ramin
- On 12/11/2015
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You will find on these pages some common jazz guitar licks (minor, major, dominant) following some usual jazz progressions (II-V-I). You will also find some jazz guitar solo transcriptions of the greatests jazz guitar players.(Wes Montgomery, Charlie Christian, Grant Green, John Scofield, Jimy Raney, Joe Pass and many more to come).
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