May 6, 2012
QuickStart Chord Progressions, Ionian Play-along Tracks
Premium Ionian practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.
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QuickStart Chord Progressions, Ionian Play-along Tracks
Four premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring the Ionian scale. Suitable for any instrument.
The Ionian or Major Scale
The Ionian (Major) scale softens and extends the Pentatonic scale. This is an essential scale for the jazz guitarist.
The Ionian scale consists of the following intervals Root, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and octave.
The following chord progressions use the chords of A Ionian. The A Ionian scale consisting of the notes A B C# D E F# G# A' can be used to solo over each progression.
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