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Easy Major II V I Chords, Scales & Arpeggios (3 eBook Package)


Easy Major II V I
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3 eBooks (printable) | 475 pages | tabs, notation & audio | Instant delivery by email. Works on all devices, including desktops, laptops, tabletss, iOS, and Android.

The most important chord progression to study when learning jazz guitar is the major ii V I progression. The three chords in this progression are part of almost every jazz standard. They appear in all keys, and in short, long, and variations of the original ii V I changes.

While the major ii V I is the most common progression in jazz tunes, these chords catch many beginner and intermediate players off guard in their solos.

After a while of soloing or comping this progression, it gets hard to find variety and a lot of people get the feeling they always play the same stuff.

Does this sound familiar to you?

  • You heard about ii V I progressions but don’t know exactly what it is.
  • You're not sure how to properly comp and solo over these chords.
  • You have trouble identifying ii V I chords when reading or studying jazz standards.
  • You’re confident in a few keys, but when you see a ii V I IV progression in Gb major you freeze.


If any of these sound familiar, and you want to bring more variety to your 251s in general, then this 3 eBook pack is exactly what you need to level up your playing.

Whether you’re starting your jazz guitar journey, or have experience but are stuck in a rut, there’s something for every guitarist in these eBooks.

The eBooks start from day 1, and before you know it you’re running extended chords, using arpeggio subs, and playing inside-outside scales in your solos.

You also learn easy theory, expand your rhythms, picking patterns, and build your jazz soloing vocabulary along the way.

Most importantly you have fun in the practice room with every exercise.

Download a sample PDF from Easy Major ii V I Chords


The Easy Major ii V I Pack includes 3 eBooks, focusing on the following standards:

  1. Corcovado
  2. Pent Up House
  3. Summertime
  4. Tune Up
  5. Here’s That Rainy Day
  6. Jazz Blues
  7. Bird Blues
  8. Solar
  9. Ladybird
  10. Scrapple From the Apple
  11. Girl From Ipanema
  12. O Barquinho (Little Boat)
  13. How High the Moon
  14. Take the A Train
  15. Fly Me to the Moon

What You Get With This 3 Book Package

  • 3 printable PDF files, 475 pages in total
  • 221 mp3 audio examples
  • 123 mp3 backing tracks
  • Comping studies
  • Soloing studies
  • Essential licks
  • Scale/arpeggio/chord shapes
  • Essential rhythms
  • And More!


If you find yourself learning scales, arpeggios, and chords, but don’t know how to apply them to II V I progressions...

Or, you can jam over major II V I progressions but don’t sound like jazz in your lines...

Or you’re starting from scratch and want to build the best II V I foundation possible in your playing...

Then, these 3 eBooks are for you.


Click below to download your copy of the Easy Major II V I 3-eBook pack today:

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Comments (5)

5/5 (6)

Excellent material and excellent service and attention. I had an issue with the donwload an the problema was solved inmediatelly.

Thanks a lot Matt.

Donn Goodside

Matt ___ Will you clarify a confusion I have with 'Modes'? The 3rd Mode is C', Phrygian... counting-back, from C' is the 'P.M.S.' ( Parent Major Scale ) - 'Eb'. "Do I play the 'Phrygian intervals' from there"? / Or, do I use the 'Phrygian Mode intervals' from, 'C'? IF, there are,'Two' Guitars, it seems like that' would be dissonant in tonality, if they chose one or the other.


C Phrygian means playing the Phrygian Mode from the note C, so C Db Eb F G Ab Bb C, Ab major starting on the note C. Whenever you have a note plus scale name, you start that mode on that note. So G Mixolydian is the mixolydian mode starting on the note G. Hope that helps.


Thank you, Matt. One more fine arrow to add to my musical quiver. I have all of your E Books.


Your easy guitar arpeggio book is really great. The fingerings are especially helpful in building speed and clarity. I’ve just scratched the surface but already notice I’m outlining the chords better and transitioning smoother between chords. You really put a lot of time into this. Thank you


I just started working on the book and it is awesome!

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