Grant Green jazz guitar transcription | VI7-IIm7-V7-I7 progression
This jazz guitar solo lesson is about jazz guitar licks played by the great Grant Green in "N°1 Green street". Grant Green plays these jazz lines over a VI7-IIm7-V7-I7 chord progression using diminished seventh arpeggios, harmonic minor scale and altered scale.
The original chord progression of the track "N°1 Green street" is :
Bb7 | Eb7 | Bb7 | % |
Eb7 | % | Bb7 | G7 |
Cm7 | F7 | Bb7 - G7 | Cm7 - F7 |
In this lesson, for simplicity, the backing track chord progression is :
G7 | Cm7 | F7 | Bb7 |
Measure 1 (G7) : Ab diminished 7th arpeggio (Ab-B-D-F) and notes from the C harmonic minor scale.
Measure 2 (Cm7) : C Harmonic minor scale (C-D-Eb-F-G-Ab-B)
Measure 3 (F7) : Notes from the D altered scale (D-D#-E#-F#-G#-A#-C)
Measure 4 (Bb7) : ending on the third (D) and on the root (Bb)
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Last edited: 06/03/2017