Randy Johnston teaches how to apply the tritone ii-v substitution in two different ways to many situations in both major and minor keys.

By taking this class the student will be able to apply the tritone ii-v substitution in two different ways to many situations in both major and minor keys. The student will learn specific examples of lines to play and also learn how to create his own lines on these progressions.

In this class Randy teaches two types of tritone substitutions using ii-v progressions and how to apply them as many jazz musicians of the classic period, notably for guitarists Wes Montgomery, have done. Specific lines are provided to learn and also a method for the student to create their own lines over these progressions is discussed.

Sub-topic 1: Tritone substitutions using ii-V progressions in two different wayss

Sub-topic 2: Specific written lines to play over the abovementioned changes

Sub-topic 3: A method of creating one’s own lines over these progressions

Categories

  • Chord Voicings
  • Harmony
  • Modern Jazz Guitar
  • Soloing
  • Theory

Intermediate

Running time: 33 minutes
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