This lesson will cover a couple examples of minor ii-V-i licks. The first lick is transcribed from Charlie Parker's solo in "Confirmation".
The ii-V-V progression is the most common chord progression used in jazz. This lesson covers a handful of transcribed major ii-V-I licks.
This lesson features a couple Wes Montgomery jazz guitar licks. Wes was known for distinct techniques such as using his thumb instead of a pick, octave sequences, and superimposing triads which all contributed to his instantly recognizable sound.
This lesson features a handful of Pat Metheny licks. Pat Metheny started to become prominent in in the 70's and 80's with his stylistic elements of latin, fusion, jazz, and bebop.
This lesson features a handful of Pat Martino licks. These licks are transcribed from Pat's solo in "Just Friends".
Here are a couple Kenny Burrell Licks. These licks are transcribed from Kenny's solo in "Chitlins Con Carne"
Here is a collection of Joe Pass licks. Joe pass was a master of chord melodies, walking bass lines, and melodic counterpoint.
This lesson features a handful of Jimmy Bruno licks. The first lick is transcribed from Jimmy's solo in "I'll Remember April."
This lesson features a Jim Hall lick from his solo in "Beautiful Love". The lick is in the key of D minor and features plenty of chromatic notes.