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Th "ii for V" essential substitution technique will instantly give you more options for adding chords whiling comping or arranging for solo guitar.
Course: Corey Christiansen's Master Class Workshop
Using triads to create motion
Course: Bob Ross & The Art Of Guitar
Coltrane made them famous on "Giant Steps," but check out how Green used them in this lesson
Course: Learn the jazz language of Grant Green
This lesson unlocks the function and applications of diminished chords. You will learn how to analyze, approach and improvise over diminished chords.
A 12 bar Electric blues guitar solo is taught and explained in this lesson along with the scales and patterns used.
By Steve Johnston
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