What do you play over a II V I progression? It is so common, but how do you get to the point where you can play lines that:
- Make sense
- Sound like Jazz
- Are not all the same
Of course, you need to know the basic arpeggios and be able to play lines with those, but there are many other great devices to check out and this lesson has 30 examples of that, starting very basic and moving up to more complicated concepts like altered scale and harmonic minor scales on the II V I.
This lesson will show you:
- How You Construct Solid jazz lines
- What the important building blocks are
- Techniques to create better-sounding licks and stronger melodies
For me, learning techniques like this were a lot easier using actual examples where I could hear how the melodic concepts and the arpeggios are used. That’s why I decided to make this collection. To give you material similar to what I learned a lot from, but with a lot more information gathered in one place, and hopefully, you will find the examples are both clear and inspiring.