20 II-V-I jazz guitar licks and audio files - PDF eBook
The II-V-I sequence is the most common chord progression played in jazz music and a must know for any guitarist who wants to learn jazz language.
This printable eBook (PDF) contains 20 II-V-I (major and minor) jazz guitar licks with tabs, standard notation, analysis, audio files and scale charts to master the II-V-I sequence both in major and minor keys.
- Ionian mode
- Dorian mode
- Mixolydian mode
- Bebop scales
- Altered lines
- Passing tones
- Half-whole diminished scale
- Altered scale
- Harmonic minor scale
- Locrian mode
- Locrian #2 mode
- Locrian bebop
- Phrygian dominant mode
- Melodic minor scale
This printable PDF eBook contains 20 II-V-I jazz guitar licks with tabs, analysis & audio files to master the II-V-I sequence both in major and minor keys.
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Last edited: 19/11/2017