Soloing with Triad Substitution Pairs over The V I Progression
This is a continuation from last week’s blogs:
It is essential that you study these 2 blogs first before moving on. This will help you understand the material in this blog.
This is where the fun really starts.
Soloing over a 1-chord groove is fun, but applying all the substitution ideas over chord progressions, is where your soloing really gets a boost.
One of the most common chord progressions is I V (I)
In the key of C, that is C G C
In the below video you can hear me use the triad substitution ideas from the past 2 blogs, over a C | C | G | G | backing track.
Check this video to get a taste of how cool this sounds.
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