In a previous video we spoke about using a ii-V rather of the V-VI in bars 9 and 10 of the 12 bar blues … And in that video, I mentioned that the ii-V is frequently followed by a I-VI-II-V turn-around for the last 2 bars of the kind.

Well, here’s that turn-around, plus an enjoyable way to do it all with one chord shape.

In addition, we’ll cover a little bit of jazz harmony and chord substitution, along with a fun method to play the bass line into your looper and after that play over top of it.

Enjoy, this one is jam packed!

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Hope you dig the video!