6 Popular Jazz Progressions
Jazz Guitar Techniques • 10m
When you think of jazz chord progressions, a few pop into mind, such as the ii-V-I cadence which *spoiler alert* is the first progression on my list. Other chord progressions that make the cut, however, are a bit more interesting and can provide a landscape for extremely creative guitar playing, especially when you start to adjust the chord voicings.
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