Does this sound familiar to you?
- You can run scales and arpeggios over ii V Is, but you don’t sound like jazz, you sound like technical exercises?
- You have trouble recognizing ii V Is in a chord chart when jamming or practicing jazz tunes.
- You have one or two go-to licks that you always use over ii V Is, and even then you don’t feel confident with those phrases.
- You hear great players nailing awesome lines over ii V Is but have no idea how they built those cool licks.
If any of these sound familiar, or you’re ready to boost your jazz guitar vocabulary, then this eBook is for you. Whether you’re starting your jazz journey or are an experienced player stuck in a rut, this eBook is for you.
Not only do you learn vocabulary that directly outlines ii V Is, you apply everything you learn to jazz standards. This is where real growth happens, applying vocabulary to tunes so you can solo with confidence at your next jam session or gig.
This material starts from day 1, and before you know it, you’re running ii V subs and playing cool-sounding jazz lines in your solos.
All of a sudden the scales and arpeggios you know come to life and sound like jazz, not like technique exercises.
Most importantly, these exercises are engaging, making learning jazz vocabulary fun again.
Download a sample PDF from Easy II V I Vocabulary
What You Learn With Easy ii V I Vocabulary:
- All guitar scales needed to play over ii V I progressions: the major bebop scale, the dominant bebop scale, diatonic pentatonic scales, the altered scale, the Lydian dominant scale, melodic minor scale, Lydian mode, Phrygian dominant scale, natural minor scale, and the blues scales.
- All arpeggios you need for ii V I progressions + arpeggio inversions, arpeggio pairs, and 3 to 9 arpeggios.
- Famous jazz patterns such as half-diminished patterns, half-step patterns, the 53213 pattern, and Giant Steps patterns.
- Substitutions that bring variety and new ideas into your playing, such as the tritone substitution, the bVImaj7 substitution, and Vmaj7 over maj7 chords.
- Guitar techniques that create interest, such as double stops, octave displacement, pedal tones, and trills.
- Note choices that make your solos sound like jazz, such as altered notes, chromatic thirds, passing tones, lower neighbor tones, approach notes, and enclosures.
- Typical jazz phrases, such as the Honeysuckle phrase and turn phrases.
- Diatonic triads & patterns
- b7 to 3 voice leading.
- Chord shape soloing.
- And More!
Jazz Legends Covered in This eBook:
- Charlie Parker
- Sonny Rollins
- John Coltrane
- Wynton Kelly
- McCoy Tyner
- Miles Davis
- Freddie Hubbard
- Wes Montgomery
- Joe Pass
- Pat Martino
- Mike Stern
- Hank Mobley
- Pat Metheny
Chord Progressions Covered in This eBook:
- Short minor ii V
- Long minor ii V
- Short minor ii V I
- Long minor ii V I
- Short minor ii V I bIII
- Long minor ii V I bIII
- Short major ii V
- Long major ii V
- Short major ii V I
- Long major ii V I
- Short major ii V I IV
- Long major ii V I IV
- Short major ii V I VI
- Long major ii V I VI
What You Get With Easy ii V I Vocabulary:
- Printable PDF (234 pages)
- 188 mp3 audio examples
- 103 backing tracks
- Guitar tabs, standard notation, and fretboard diagrams
- Full solo examples
- And much more!
This essential vocabulary makes learning jazz guitar fun, rewarding, and is immediately usable in your practice room, on jam sessions, and on gigs.
Don’t waste another minute in your practice room, grab your copy of Easy ii V I Vocabulary and reach your full musical potential today!