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typical ii-V-I pattern

ramsezazramsezaz Paris, FranceNew
edited August 2006 in Licks and Patterns Posts: 90
I was transcribing Django's Tiger (1946) and I came across this one.
Nothing fancy here, just basic Django stuff, but this sounds good
[code] Em A7 D6/9

-12-14-15-11-|-14-12----------------------|-------------------15-18-|-19--
-------------|-------15-12----------------|-------------14-17-------|-----
-------------|-------------12-------------|-------12-15-------------|-----
-------------|----------------14-12h14p12-|-11-14-------------------|-----
-------------|----------------------------|-------------------------|-----
-------------|----------------------------|-------------------------|-----

Em 12.14.14.12.12.12

A7 X.12.11.12.X.12 (The diminished run starts on the third)

[/code]

All eight note except the 12h14p12 triplet

You can modify it by playing a Em6 arpégio instead of a Em7
my lutherie blog : http://ramsezaz/blogspot.com

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