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Diatonic ii-V-I Progressions (7th Chord Inversions)

Learning chords in isolation is useful, but learning chords in relation to common chord progressions is much better.

These diatonic ii-V-I progressions are composed of four-string 7th chords grouped by the closest inversions on the neck.

By retaining common tones smooth voice leading is ensured.

I have intentionally omitted fret numbers to stress the mobility of the shapes.


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