#1
I need a good jazz chord progression for guitar for a jazz band audition. Key is not important, put it in whatever you'd like.

Thanks a lot in advance.
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#2
ii V I
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|Bb |Eb |Bb |Bb |Eb |Eb |Bb |G |C |F |Bb |F :||
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ii V I


Definitely, but to elaborate on that a little, check out the progression to Autumn Leaves. Or, if you're really looking for a challenging and very impressive piece to play, check out Over the Rainbow, the Harold Arlen arrangement. I guarantee that you will spend weeks just trying to get it down. I haven't seen the Arlen arrangement on this site, so if you feel like doing it I could post the chords up.

Otherwise, try Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea or Fly me to the Moon
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Definitely, but to elaborate on that a little, check out the progression to Autumn Leaves. Or, if you're really looking for a challenging and very impressive piece to play, check out Over the Rainbow, the Harold Arlen arrangement. I guarantee that you will spend weeks just trying to get it down. I haven't seen the Arlen arrangement on this site, so if you feel like doing it I could post the chords up.

Otherwise, try Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea or Fly me to the Moon

I wouldn't mind seeing those chords myself.
Alvarez dreadnought
Gibson SG
EC-1000
Homemade Strat (seymour duncan classic stack p/ups)
Vox Tonelab (original desktop model) with full board footswitch
Vox AD50
Avatar V30 4x12 cab
#11
Blah... whatever mode you're using, I'd just emphasize the unique qualities of that mode in chords.

Ex: Lydian (#IV) so I use a IV chord in my progression.
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