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Download a free E-book with 15 II Valt I licks!

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If you want to download a free e-book with 15 II Valt I licks and explanations of how they are made then just sign up here and receive a download link via e-mail once you confirm your subscription!

The E-book is in a PDF format so you will need a PDF reader of some sort to open it.

About the book

The E-book has a few different approaches to making altered dominant lines and I explain how I the licks are constructed. In the explanations I go over the arpeggios and melodic ideas are explained. This should help you get started writing your own II V I licks with altered dominants!

I very much hope you enjoy my E-book with II Valt I licks!

Join me on Patreon!

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Free Transcription of Days Of Wine And Roses Solo Guitar

My video demo of the Panucci “Golden” Prototype has been very popular, and has already been seen 2000+ times. I now have a free transcription available for who ever is interested!

Download the PDF Transcription

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A huge thank you to Steve Waite for transcribing this!

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Check out my Chord Melody Guitar lesson:

The lesson package gives you 4 exercises of Diatonic Chords and show you how you can use that material to make you own chord melody arrangements starting with a lead sheet. The package also includes three chord melody arrangements of tunes that demonstrates how to put the material to use.

Jens

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The E-book is in a PDF format so you will need a PDF reader of some sort to open it.

About the book

The E-book has a few different approaches to making altered dominant lines and I explain how I the licks are constructed. For each lick I discuss the arpeggios and melodic ideas that I use. This should help you get started writing your own II Valt I licks. And you can of course also check out some of my other lessons on altered dominants if you want some more inspiration!

I very much hope you enjoy my E-book with II Valt I licks!

Join me on Patreon!

It is through the support of my Patrons that I can keep making videos every week and we have a nice small community over on Patreon. The great thing about Patreon is that I can give you something in return for your support and your input can help shape the lessons!

Depending on your support level you get access to Extra videos each video on the topic of the weekly lesson. The Monthly WebStore lesson or the Monthly Chord melody.

Have a look and Follow the link here below!

Thank you for your support!

Jens

Drop 2 voicing charts, 1st batch

I have added 4 reference charts of Drop2 voicings in the PDF download section of my website:

PDF downloads and charts

Each chart shows the 4 inversions of the chord for each of the 3 string sets both as individual chords and together on the neck.

Drop2 voicings

Feel free to let me know if you have any requests or comments!

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Arpeggios in positions derived from 3 notes per string scales

Here’s a list of the pdf’s and pictures with arpeggio fingerings in positions.

This is made in 3 note per string scale fingerings so it might be useful to look at them if you don’t know them already. There are links at the bottom of the page.

The arpeggios are derived from these scale positions:

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Melodic minor Scale – 3 notes per string

Here is an overview of the Melodic minor scale in the key of C, using the 3 notes per string system.

It can be useful to think about what fingers to use to limit the amount of positions switches per position. Mostly the trick is to start the lower strings with 1 2 4 if there is a whole step between the first 3 notes.

You can also download the chart as a pdf here:

If you have any questions or comments then feel free to let me know! You can do so by connecting with me via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ or Twitter, or sent me an e-mail. Then you will also stay up to date with new lessons, concerts and releases.

Major Scale – 3 notes per string

Here is an overview of the Major scale in the key of C, using the 3 notes per string system.

It can be useful to think about what fingers to use to limit the amount of positions switches per position. Mostly the trick is to start the lower strings with 1 2 4 if there is a whole step between the first 3 notes.


You can also download the chart as a pdf here: 

If you have any questions or comments then feel free to let me know! You can do so by connecting with me via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ or Twitter, or sent me an e-mail. Then you will also stay up to date with new lessons, concerts, and releases.

Harmonic minor Scale – 3 notes per string

Here is an overview of the Harmonic minor scale in the key of C, using the 3 notes per string system.

It can be useful to think about what fingers to use to limit the amount of positions switches per position. Mostly the trick is to start the lower strings with 1 2 4 if there is a whole step between the first 3 notes.

You can also download the chart as a pdf here:

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