Diatonic approach 5 minor II V I triads final

This video is about the minor II-V-I and how you apply the diatonic triads to your soloing over the minor II-V–I. If you want individual online lessons please contact me on: info@sorenballegaard.dk

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Posted on 25 de febrero de 2016
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