Wes Montgomery jazz guitar lesson | Lick # 6 | Major triad
Published on 25 July 2018
Here is a jazz guitar lesson with tab about a lick played by Wes Montgomery. This easy and short guitar lick is made of 3 notes corresponding of the three notes of the Bb major chord (Bb, D, F). Wes Montgomery plays this riff in "West coast blues" (at 2mn22). This lick starts with the Bb chord (Bb, D, & F) and goes on with a Bb arpeggio (Bb, D & F again). Be carefull, time signature is 3/4. http://www.jazz-guitar-licks.com/ Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/jazzguitarlicks Follow us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/jazzguitarlicks
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