Harmony/Chords

Improve Your Jazz Chops: II V I Progressions on Guitar

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 to that you have a collection of II V I chord progressions
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Rhythm Skills: Learn The Doobie Brothers Long Train Running

Rhythm Skills: Learn The Doobie Brothers Long Train Running “Long Train Running” is one of my favorite Doobie Brothers songs. This is one of these songs that will do wonders for your time-feel and rhythm playing skills. There are 3 main parts The main Gm7 chord funky rhythm part This is actually 2-3 overdubbed guitars.
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My Favorite Chord: add9 with 3rd in the Bass

My Favorite Chord: add9 with 3rd in the Bass Before we get into the add9 chords: I just launched the pre-sale of 2 e-books I’m about to publish. If I can sell 400 copies of both books (i.e. 800 copies) by September 25, I will reach bestseller status this month. (50 copies already sold, 750
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Improvisation With 4th and 2nd Interval Stacks

Improvisation With 4th and 2nd Interval Stacks This is a continuation of last week’s free lesson blog, where we talked about stacking 2nd and 4th intervals. Improvisation with 2nd and 4th interval stacks Check that blog because it tells you how to practice what we are about to cover today. Today we are going to
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Improvisation With 2nd and 4th Interval Stacks

Improvisation With 2nd and 4th Interval Stacks When from any note, you play a note up a 2nd and then up a 4 from there, you get an inversion of a quartal harmony chord. Quartal harmony is what you get when you stack two 4th intervals on top of on another. You can learn more
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