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Claude Johnson on Jazz Guitar
Hey, how’s it going this is Claude Johnson with Guitar Control, I want to show you a quick little jazz formula that I came across when I was studying a tune called “Pent up house” by Sonny Rollins.
There’s a lot of great something that too but just get into like the part where they saw all over the chords and it starts out as a basic 2-5-1, of the key of G that’s A minor 7, D7, G major 7, so you may you might already know that basically formula 2-5-1, two bars G major 7, and it was sold over that looks like G Major scale.
Now like I said you already know that but here’s where they twist it up after the G major 7 two bars that it’s just one bar at E major 7 and then to E7, so the whole thing says I guess it’s a really nice twist it’s really the 6th degree so it’s like a 6 chord dominate so just a really interesting or normally the six would of course be A minor chord, E minor such as like 1-6-2-5, you could play it so the classic jazz formula. So in the key of G, 6 would be minor but here were making like a temporary dominant I don’t want to go to need another theory we’re just going to wrap this up but that’s really cool and you can also check out our jazz course by instructor Claymore, he’s a jazz maestro I think you’ll really love it check it out guitar control slash jazz. Don’t forget to subscribe on our You Tube Channel and we’ll see you in our next video lessons, thanks for watching.