Course 6 – Getting Down to Minor

Learning II – V – I chord progressions in minor keys will give you, along with II – V – I in major keys, the foundation of all improvisation. It takes a little getting used to, but once you learn it, you’ll be thrilled at how it will make you sound.

Benefit 1

Learn how to properly voice II – V – I progressions in minor keys. This is infinitely useful to truly make your playing sound rich.

Benefit 2

Learn the proper scales that are used over top of II – V – I progressions to help you improvise.

Course Instructor

Paul Tobey Paul Tobey Author

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