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How to build a II-V-I progression
What's the Major II-V-I Chord Progression - Guitar Lesson with Shapes , Tabs and Licks
- By jazz-guitar-licks
- On 2016-12-22
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The major II-V-I sequence is the most common chord progression used in jazz music but also in a whole number of styles of music as pop, rock, blues, country. This theoretical element is a must know for any guitarist who wants to learn the jazz language.
The 2-5-1 progression is present in many jazz standards (Summertime, Autumn leaves, Blue bossa, All the things you are and many more), this is why it is very important to master it.