In this lesson, we will learn a beautiful Gypsy jazz lick to play on guitar. This lick sounds great at the end of your solos...but not only! It's a very fun lick to play and it sounds great. We will explore a few variations of that lick too. It's based on a II7 - V - I chord progression, when the II chord is played as a dominant chord rather than as a minor7 chord. Enjoy the lesson!
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