60 scale patterns on functional harmony + 20 II-V-I licks using scale patterns

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60 scale patterns on functional harmony + 20 II-V-I licks using scale patterns

Check the video: https://youtu.be/fb5CeaJLdzY

Adding scale patterns directly to your playing and improvising  

Training your scale patterns is great exercise, but are you training the right scale patterns?
Are you actually using the patterns you are training in your playing?You do not want to use hours of practice time on something which you can not directly apply to your playing and improvising. 

You want to practice the patterns which you actually do use and which sounds the best when playing and using these in your improvisation. 

This collection of scale patterns added to functional chords gives you inspiration to which patterns to practice and how to add these chords you play in your improvisation.

In the PDF I work with the common scale patterns: Third intervals in the scale, 1-3-2-1/3-1-2-3 and 1-2-3-5/5-3-2-1

I add them to the chords of Bbmaj7, Cm7 and F7.
You get 60 ideas on how to apply the patterns in a musical way into your playing.

You also get 20 II-V-I licks using the above mentioned patterns.
Here you can easily see how to construct II-V-I’s with the scale patterns.

6 pages full of great inspirational material.

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60 scale patterns on functional harmony + 20 II-V-I licks using scale patterns

Check the video: https://youtu.be/fb5CeaJLdzY

Adding scale patterns directly to your playing and improvising  

Training your scale patterns is great exercise, but are you training the right scale patterns?
Are you actually using the patterns you are training in your playing?You do not want to use hours of practice time on something which you can not directly apply to your playing and improvising. 

You want to practice the patterns which you actually do use and which sounds the best when playing and using these in your improvisation. 

This collection of scale patterns added to functional chords gives you both inspiration to which patterns to practice and how to add these chords you play in your improvisation.

In the PDF I work with the common scale patterns: Third intervals in the scale, 1-3-2-1/3-1-2-3 and 1-2-3-5/5-3-2-1

I add them to the chords of Bbmaj7, Cm7 and F7.
You get 60 ideas on how to apply the patterns in a musical way into your playing.

You also get 20 II-V-I licks using the above mentioned patterns.
Here you can easily see how to construct II-V-I’s with the scale patterns.

6 pages full of great inspirational material.