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Watch the Two-Five in Three online guitar lesson by Tom Dempsey from 30 Jazz Arpeggio Licks You MUST Know

Here we have another iimin7b5-V7 progression in a minor key, but this idea is in 3/4 time. In doing so, it rhythmically changes the cadence and feel of the line. We begin diatonically, but the lick ends with the superimposition of a G dim7 chord arpeggio over the C7 chord. This helps to bring in the b9 tension while giving us another strategy for illuminating this sound.