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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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Harmonic Motion

All Possible Major Key Pairings

Here’s an exhaustive list of major key pairings.

This is very handy for practicing modulations.

  1. C, D♭
  2. C, D
  3. C, E♭
  4. C, E
  5. C, F
  6. C, G♭
  7. C, G
  8. C, A♭
  9. C, A
  10. C, B♭
  11. C, B
  12. D♭, D
  13. D♭, E♭
  14. D♭, E
  15. D♭, F
  16. D♭, G♭
  17. D♭, G
  18. D♭, A♭
  19. D♭, A
  20. D♭, B♭
  21. D♭, B
  22. D, E♭
  23. D, E
  24. D, F
  25. D, G♭
  26. D, G
  27. D, A♭
  28. D, A
  29. D, B♭
  30. D, B
  31. E♭, E
  32. E♭, F
  33. E♭, G♭
  34. E♭, G
  35. E♭, A♭
  36. E♭, A
  37. E♭, B♭
  38. E♭, B
  39. E, F
  40. E, G♭
  41. E, G
  42. E, A♭
  43. E, A
  44. E, B♭
  45. E, B
  46. F, G♭
  47. F, G
  48. F, A♭
  49. F, A
  50. F, B♭
  51. F, B
  52. G♭, G
  53. G♭, A♭
  54. G♭, A
  55. G♭, B♭
  56. G♭, B
  57. G, A♭
  58. G, A
  59. G, B♭
  60. G, B
  61. A♭, A
  62. A♭, B♭
  63. A♭, B
  64. A, B♭
  65. A, B
  66. B♭, B