10 minor II-V-I jazz guitar licks | Printable PDF eBook & audio files
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The minor II-V-I sequence is equivalent to the major II-V-I but played in a minor harmonic key. It is present in many jazz tunes (Autumn leaves, Blue Bossa, black Orpheus). It is a must know for any guitarist who wants to improvise over jazz tunes in minor keys.
This eBook will teach you how to solo over minor II-V-I sequences using scales, modes (locrian, locrian #2, locrian bebop, altered, melodic minor, harmonic minor, aeolian) and arpeggios (Half-diminished & diminished 7th)
Package details :
- 1 printable PDF eBook including 10 II-V-I jazz guitar licks with tabs, scales charts, and analysis.
- 1 C minor II-V-I backing track (Quality mp3 audio file).
- 10 minor II-V-I audio files (Quality mp3 audio files).
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Last edited: 06/03/2017