Tritone substitution guitar lick # 4 | Dorian mode & Db7 arpeggio

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Published on 25 July 2018
Here is a new jazz guitar lick video lesson about the tritone substitution over a II-V-I jazz chord progression using the dorian mode and a Db7 arpeggio. Free guitar tab in the video. Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/jazzguitarlicks Follow us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/jazzguitarlicks - Remember that the tritone substitution is one of the most common substitutions found in jazz music. The basic application of a tritone substitution is to take any 7th chord and play another 7th chord that occurs a tritone away from that initial chord. In the following exemple the G7 chord is replaced by the Db7 chord. 5 tritone jazz guitar licks eBooks available here https://gumroad.com/l/jNFl ( explanations, tabs/notation, video & backing track link included ) Charlie Christian jazz guitar lessons https://youtu.be/DjmYNSj24To https://youtu.be/7LFOi2xV0GE https://youtu.be/b5o_ULpllEo https://youtu.be/U0QR9JMyvHs John Scofield guitar lines https://youtu.be/BBIGmA8oumA Check those substitution jazz lick lesson https://youtu.be/h5p9TVXKV2I https://youtu.be/w8YrxXQvcvg https://youtu.be/YtnsSCoLigQ https://youtu.be/Lz4zoIfzvu0 Full House guitar cover | Wes Montgomery https://youtu.be/zTPtCGmyV3w Jimmy Raney jazz guitar solo transcription on "Have you met miss Jones" https://youtu.be/Loo-VFO_jgA Wes Montgomery - Solo transcriptions https://youtu.be/Bc4JWlxVDjo https://youtu.be/NKPeT9wKctI

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