Learning Jazz Jazz Lick of the Week #14: Altered Lick over a V7-Imaj7 By Brent Vaartstra 9 Share Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Here’s a Lick of the Week for you to practice today! This one is an altered lick over a V7-Imaj7 chord progression. This also comes straight out of our new eBook “Zero to Improv”. Check out the video and bring it into all 12 keys! Lick: DOWNLOAD PDF OF LICK IN ALL 12 KEYS RELATEDMORE FROM AUTHOR Learning Jazz 3 Classic Patterns All Jazzers Should Know Learning Jazz Jazz Lick of the Week #16: Minor ii-V-i Resolving to a Minor 6 Learning Jazz Jazz Lick of the Week #15: Un-altered ii-V-I Learning Jazz 4 Dexter Gordon Licks Over Lady Bird Learning Jazz 6 Jazz Licks Over Dominant 7 Chords Learning Jazz 12 Bar Blues Enclosure Exercise 9 COMMENTS I've been playing guitar many years learning mostly from listening. John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola, Jeff Beck, Chet Atkins etc. I've studied Jazz books for years but it seems it never reaches my fingers. I play one jazz piece for years and it still isn't good enough to perform. I have a one man band I call myself the Drifter. I play originals and a lot of Hendrix. I also have play along to music I recorded in the studio. Music from the 20's to the present. I have played professionally but now its difficult just finding anywhere to play. Thanks for the licks they sound great. Reply Great lick, thanks! I would love to see more of this! Regards! Reply Thanks for your feedback Agustin! Reply yes, I definitely would like to have more lick of the week posts. Very helpful and good presentation. I get the grasp of altered notes a lot better . Also , good compliment to the improv e book. thanks Brent Reply Hi Dennis, Thanks for your input! We'll be doing more of these. Reply Thanks for checking it out guys! Reply Very nice, it looks like a variation on the All The Things You Are lick from a few days a go. Reply Sorry was mistaken, but would love to see more of these. Reply Yes, I'd like to receive this regularly. Thank you! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.