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How to Improvise on
the Minor II-V-I  Miniguide



"I'll Show You How to Use ONLY One Scale to Solo on this Tricky Progression..."

Improvising over a minor progression should feel as easy as soloing in major, if not easier. This guide explains the ins-and-outs of all the confusing pathways on the minor II-V-I ... then gives you a handful of practical and easy-to-apply solutions so you don't have to think while soloing.

➡ Let's Make the Complicated Simple!

➡ Avoid ALL the Rookie Mistakes

➡ Learn the Three Best Solutions for Minor II-V

➡ Play + Hear + Master the Real Minor II-V Sound

➡ Learn to Use the Ultimate Shortcut to Keep You Out of Trouble in Unfamiliar Territory

➡ Basic Theory (you don't need a PhD!)

Marc-Andre Seguin

“Students are often confused by the melancholy and intimidating chord symbols on the minor II-V. But Dm7b5 to G7b9 doesn't have to remain a mystery to you! Read this once, it will be with you forever.”

-M-A Seguin,
JazzGuitarLessons.net Founder and Teacher