2 Chord Loops II – V


2 Chord Loops - Intro

electric guruThe DNA of a chord progression!

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I – II

I - II Chord Loop

The I - II movement!

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I - III Chord Loop

The I - III movement!

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I – IV

I - IV Chord Loop

The I - IV movement!

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I – VI

I - VI Chord Loop

The I - VI movement!

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II - III Chord Loop

The II - III movement!

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II – V

II - V Chord Loop

The II - V movement!

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III - IV Chord Loop

The III - IV movement!

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IV – V and VI – II

Blues Jam Tracks GuruThe II – V movement!

This video lesson use the two chords Cm and F and apply a call and response idea.

The only scales used are minor pentatonic and major pentatonic.

Depending on the shape, the lick will appear in different ways giving you the opportunity to attack the notes in different ways.

The first lick, for example, bend into the m3rd of the Cm (string 2, fret 3) from the note D.

As the F chord appear, this bend is released to the 6th of the F.

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Once you learned the licks as I play them in the video lesson, start developing your own call and response licks.

Use the new notes that appear when the shapes switch to target the naturally strong notes from each chord.

This would in the case of II – V be the m3rd of Cm and the 6th of F, as well as the b7th of Cm and the major 3rd of F.

When you start to hear the notes as intervals in relation to the chord and can find this interval on the guitar neck you have broken an important barrier.

You can achieve this by simply jamming over this in all keys using the 2 Chord Loops.

2 Chord Loops