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Jazz Guitar Lessons: Jazz Chord Progressions: II-V-I Playthrough

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[MUSIC]
All right, let's play through some of
these, chord progressions
that we've analyzed so far.
We'll start off here with the two,
five, one.
I'll try to do some arpeggios,
some little lines.
Couple of few different techniques
of playing through two, five, one.
Here we go.
[SOUND]
[MUSIC].
So, I've played through a few different
arpeggio versions, some, scale up and
down versions, and just some straight
little licks going through them.
But, this is something you can spend many,
many hours working on and should.
Take it through some different positions,
try it a lot of different ways,
it's a very important progression in jazz,
so really, really dive into it.
[MUSIC]