Common Chord Progressions (minor i- vi- ii- V7) for Bassists and Bass Clef

Common Chord Progressions (minor i- vi- ii- V7) for Bassists and Bass Clef
Common Chord Progressions (minor i- vi- ii- V7) for Bassists and Bass Clef
Common Chord Progressions (minor i- vi- ii- V7) for Bassists and Bass Clef
Common Chord Progressions (minor i- vi- ii- V7) for Bassists and Bass Clef
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his worksheet was designed to help both treble clef and bass clef instruments and bass players navigate the minor i- vi- ii- V7 - chord progression through all twelve minor keys that is so often found in jazz and popular music.

Jazz musicians must be comfortable reading and improvising over chord changes and chord progressions to a variety of songs. This chord progression is one of the most common chord progressions found within the jazz repertoire.

Use this worksheet to get familiar with this common progression.

Practice Tips:

Play the roots of each chord, arpeggiate each chord, create your own walking bass lines, create a written melody over each progression, or explore improvisation over each progression.

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