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Diminished Jazz Guitar Lick

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A cool little diminished lick that you can use over a Jazz or a Blues, going from the V to the I. In the key of E. It uses the diminished scale, which often works well over a dominant chord.

This produces a jazzy sound, but why not try this over a regular blues?

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Andrew said...

Here you can also find very helpful information about diminished family:
http://www.myguitarworkshop.com/guitar_lessons/music_theory/harmonic_alchemy_face_the_diminished.aspx

Comment added on April 19, 2010
Daniel Jones said...

Thank you for this, sounds awesome on my semi acoustic guitar.

Comment added on April 06, 2010
RICHERSON said...

hey! guys you are very good. can you teach me? please i am guitar player but you are more than me so i need several video jazz ;gospel;blues; soul ;r and b...guitar lesson...
thanks

Comment added on December 03, 2009
Zak Parsley said...

thank you for these lessons I wanted to learn some jazz licks : )

Comment added on April 28, 2009

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