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New eBook online " 25 minor jazz guitar licks" - Printable pdf with tabs
- By Stef Ramin
- On 15/12/2015
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All theses licks are two-measure licks. Most of them are from the D dorian mode (the second mode of the C major scale). They can be played over a D minor seventh chords (also m6, m9, m6/9, m11), over C major II-V-I chord progression or even over G7 chords.
In this E-book you will learn how to play jazz guitar lines over a D minor chord using the dorian mode, some arpeggio (minor, major, ninth, eleventh, dominant seventh,half-diminished), pentatonic scales, blues scale and harmonic minor scale.
- Lick # 1 - Dorian mode and minor arpeggio
- Lick # 2 - F major seventh arpeggio
- Lick # 3 - D minor arpeggio - minor seventh (melodic minor scale)
- Lick # 4 - Minor ninth arpeggio - chromaticism
- Lick # 5 - Minor arpeggio - dorian mode
- Lick # 6 - Half-diminished arpeggio - minor arpeggio
- Lick # 7 - Minor pentatonic scale
- Lick # 8 - Minor eleventh arpeggio
- Lick # 9 - Dorian mode
- Lick # 10 - Dorian mode
- Lick # 11 - Dominant 7th and minor arpeggios - chromatic approach
- Lick # 12 - Dominant 11th arpeggio - thirds intervals
- Lick # 13 - Blues scale - Dorian mode
- Lick # 14 - Dm9 arpeggio - Major seventh (melodic minor scale)
- Lick # 15 - Dorian mode - Major seventh (melodic minor scale) - Blue note
- Lick # 16 - Harmonic minor scale
- Lick # 17 - Harmonic minor scale
- Lick # 18 - Dorian mode
- Lick # 19 - Blues scale
- Lick # 20 - Tuplets & Hammer-ons - Blues scale
- Lick # 21 - Dorian mode - Dm6 & Dm9 chords
- Lick # 22 - Dorian mode
- Lick # 23 - Minor seventh arpeggio - targeting
- Lick # 24 - Dorian mode
- Lick # 25 - Dorian mode - major seventh arpeggio - minor arpeggio
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