Improve Your Jazz Chops: II V I Progressions on Guitar
The most common chord progression in jazz is II V I.
Because it is such a common chord progression you find happening over and over again in most jazz standards, it is important that you have a collection of II V I chord progressions memorized.
Here’s some II V I’s to have fun with.
This should give you hours of fun. 🙂
You can download the pdf here.
My students who want to hone their jazz chops, learn many more interesting ways to voice-lead II V I’s.
The above examples are just the tip of the iceberg.
You can voice lead the chords in such a way that the top note moves up chromatically, scalar, and so on.
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