The II – V – I Chord Progression and Connecting the Fretboard

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The II V I chord progression is the most common chord progression in Jazz.  In order to improvise as a Jazz guitarist you will need to be able to play and play over II V I chord changes in every key.

What You'll Learn

  • 1 The II, V I Progression
  • 2 II, V, I in C Open Position
  • 3 II, V, I in C Major II Position
  • 4 II – V – I Progression C Major V Pos.
  • 5 Connecting Cmaj7 Chords
  • 6 Connecting Cmaj7 with Passing Tones
  • 7 Connecting Cmaj7 Chords with Passing Tones II
  • 8 Connecting Dm7 with Passing Tones
  • 9 Connecting the Fretboard in C in II, V, I
  • 10 II, V, I in G Open Position
  • 11 II, V, I Progression in II Pos. in G
  • 12 II, V, I Progression in G, V Position
  • 13 II, V I in G, IX Position
  • 14 II – V – I in G XII Pos.
  • 15 Chord Scales in II, V, I
  • 16 Chord Scales in II, V, I, Key of G
  • 17 Chord Scales II, V, I, Variations
  • 18 Diminished 7 chords and connecting II, V, I with Diminished 7 Chords
  • 19 Playing Over Changes Part 1, Memorizing Chord Progressions
  • 20 Playing Over Changes Part II
  • 21 Playing Over Changes Part III
  • 22 The II – V – I in a Minor Key
  • 23 Parallel Major and Minor II – V – I
  • 24 Introduction to the Tritone Substitution
  • 25 Tri-Tone Substitution in a II, V, I Key of D
  • 26 The Harmonic Minor and the II – V – I
  • 27 Augmented Chords, II, V, I in C
  • 28 Stacked 4th Chords