I’ve added a brand new Mini-Course inside Sax School this week:

Why learn the ii V I on saxophone?

Understanding Jazz Harmony is essential if you want to improve your improvising skills.

And this isn’t just for jazz – it’s the same for Pop, Blues, Ska, every style of playing.

The chord progression “ii V7 I” is something that we see constantly as saxophone players. It is one of the main foundations of harmony in popular music actually – you can see why it’s so important.

What’s inside this Mini-Course

In this new Mini-Course, I break down what the ii V7 I is all about.

And, I give you a bunch of easy to follow and use exercises so you can not only understand it, but be confident improvising over it!

Sound good?

The first part of this series is now available inside Sax School.

Sax School Members:  Log in and view This Mini-Course now

Not a member yet?

No problem.  Check out this lesson series, all the other Mini-courses and the entire Sax School lesson library with a free 30 day trial today.

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This course will keep you busy for ages, but watch out for the rest of the lesson series coming out next week!

Happy practicing,


Nigel McGill

After 25 years touring, performing all over the world, I setup Sax School to share what I have learned. Today thousands of players in more than 70 countries use the huge library of online saxophone lessons in Sax School. Find out how it can help you too! www.mcgillmusic.com

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