Guitar Techniques - - LESSON | FRETBOARD FLUENCY -

The maj9 and maj13 chords are com­monly used as re­solv­ing tonic chords in jazz, most no­tably in the con­text of a II-V-I pro­gres­sion, which forms the back­bone of many stan­dards. To hear this pro­gres­sion in ac­tion, along with ex­tended chords, ar­peg­gios and chro­matic en­clo­sure lines, check out some of the great jazz guitar record­ings in­clud­ing: Vis­its Paris by Jimmy Raney (1954), Noth­ing But The Blues by Herb El­lis (1957), The In­cred­i­ble Jazz Guitar of Wes Mont­gomery (1960), Vir­tu­oso by Joe Pass (1973) and Live by Jim Hall (1975).

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