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GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 4

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GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 4

Course 08: Blues Licks & Ideas

Course 09: George Benson’s IIm7, V7, Imaj7 Approach

In this pack of video lessons you will have access to a step by step map on how to create amazing Blues licks, which will give a tasty flavor to your playing. Also, you will learn the Wes Montgomery Dominant 7th chord approach, which will totally transform the way you play the Blues and also dominant 7th chords.

Apart from that, you have a access to an amazing step by step methodology to help you master the major II,V,I cadence, thus learning how to be creative and gain fluency over this type of chord sequence.

The video material presented contains:

  • Around 3:20 hours of video lessons
  • 50 Bluesy Licks
  • 94 IIm,V7, Imaj7 Lines
  • 72 pages of pdfs containing 144 amazing single line ideas with musical notation, tabs, picking & fingering directions and a step by step explanation about them.

GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 4

In this pack of video lessons you will have access to a step by step map on how to create amazing Blues licks, which will give a tasty flavor to your playing. Also, you will learn the Wes Montgomery Dominant 7th chord approach, which will totally transform the way you play the Blues and also dominant 7th chords.

Apart from that, you have a access to an amazing step by step methodology to help you master the major II,V,I cadence, thus learning how to be creative and gain fluency over this type of chord sequence.


Course 8: Blues Licks & Ideas

Introduction
Lesson #01: Connecting Pentatonics Blues Scale Ideas
Lesson #02: Blues Line Ideas Over Dominant 7th Chords
Lesson #03: Blues Lick Studies
Lesson #04: Applying-some-blues-ideas
Lesson #05: George Benson’s Double Stop Ideas
Lesson #06: George Benson’s Double Stop Ideas (More Examples #1)
Lesson #07: George Benson’s Double Stop Ideas (more examples #2)
Lesson #08: Blues Lines Over Minor 7th Chords Or Sequences Derived From Minor Tonalities
Lesson #09: Combining Blues Lines With Major 7th & Minor 7th Ideas
Lesson #10: Applying Major 7th Single Line ldeas Over Dominant 7th Chords
Lesson #11: Combining Abmaj7 Hybri Ideas With Bb7 Lydian Dominant or Mixolydian Ideas
Lesson #12: Combining All Possibilities
Lesson #13: Combining All Possibilities (More Examples)

Course 9: George Benson’s IIm7, V7, Imaj7 Approach

Introduction
Lesson #01: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 1 & Colors)
Lesson #02: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 2 & Colors)
Lesson #03: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 3 & Colors)
Lesson #04: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 4 & Colors)
Lesson #05: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 5 & Colors)
Lesson #06: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 6 & Colors)
Lesson #07: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 7 & Colors)
Lesson #08: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 8 & Colors)
Lesson #09: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 9 & Colors)
Lesson #10: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 10 & Colors)
Lesson #11: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 11 & Colors)
Lesson #12: IIm,V7,Imaj7 (Guide Line 12 & Colors)

NOTE: The course PDFs are e-books which means that you will only be able to read it on devices such as computers, cell phones or tablets. We do not offer hard copies because we want to make a difference for the planet. By saving a ton of paper, you can save 17 trees, 26000 liters of water, 4000 kilowatts of power supply and 240 liters of fuel. It takes an average of 5 liters of water to produce one piece of A4 paper. Every tree produces enough oxygen for 3 people to breathe. 93% of paper comes from trees.

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