2 Chord Loops - Intro
Find the 2 Chord Loops Intro below.
- I – II
I - II Chord Loop
Go to I - II Chord Loop.
- I – III
I - III Chord Loop
Go to I - III Chord Loop.
- I – IV
I - IV Chord Loop
Go to I - IV Chord Loop.
- I – VI
I - VI Chord Loop
Go to I - VI Chord Loop.
- II – III
II - III Chord Loop
Go to II - III Chord Loop.
- II – V
II - V Chord Loop
Go to II - V Chord Loop.
- III – IV
III - IV Chord Loop
Go to III - IV Chord Loop.
- IV – V and VI – II
Understand the DNA of any chord progression!
These intermediate lessons focus on the possible movements inside a key.
Some of these movements are unique, others happen several times.
Use these Jam Tracks as a challenge to see if you:
1. Know all your pentatonic shapes in all keys.
2. Can find the intervals inside the shapes.
In the video below I play around with several concepts you might want to consider practice over your 2 Chord Loops (a part of The Spy Tunes Method).
Why 2 chord loops?
Instead of thinking of modes as a bunch of notes we instead approach them as a movement in relation to its number.
If you can do this, adding the extra notes the mode has will not just be easy, it will make sense!
2 Chord Loops video lessons
The video lessons present a series of challenges where you take one idea and then apply it all over the neck.
Some of these are easy, some pretty tricky.
Using the eBook that comes with the 2 Chord Loops (a part of The Spy Tunes Method) you can see the full notation of what is played in these video lessons.
When you can play what is in the video; come up with your own ideas!
By practicing this way you will learn how to improvise.