Overview
Here are 5 cool turnarounds that are a cool way to end a section of a song.

1st Example:
I – vi – ii – V
Key of C: C – Am – Dm – G
(or C – Am7 – Dm7 – G7)

2nd Example:
iii – VI – ii – V
Key of C: Em – A7 – Dm – G

3rd Example:
I - #idim – ii – bII
Key of: C – C#dim – Dm7 – Db7
(or C – C#dim – Dm7 – Db9#11)

4th Example:
I – idim – ii/I – viidim
Key of C: C – Cdim – Dm/C – Bdim

5th Example:
I – bIII – bVI – bII
Key of C: C – Eb – Ab – Db
(or C – Ebmaj7 – Abmaj7#11 – Db6/9)

Give these a try over a song you're writing, as a way to transition to another part of a song or even a blues! Dig.

-Related Lessons-


0:58 – The Blues Form – Most Important Blues Lesson
1:39 – Transposing (Chords as Numbers)?! | UGT 5/8
1:53 – Playing Open Chords | BO 4/10
1:53 - 6th String Barre Chords | BO 9/10
1:53 - 5th String Barre Chords | BO 10/10
1:53 – Barred 7th Chords
1:53 – Open 7th Chords
2:40 – Secondary Dominants?! | Theory
2:43 – Transposing (Chords as Numbers)?! | UGT 5/8
4:04 – Tritone Substitutions?! | Theory
4:04 – Diminished Arpeggios & Chords
4:28 – Extended Chord Shapes
4:28 – Extended (7 9 11 13) Chords?! | UGT 3/8
5:50 – Minor 7 Inversions (Whole Neck!)

PDF's – Turn Around Chord Licks PDF, Theory, Open & Barre Chords, 7th Chords, Diminished, Extended Chords & Minor 7 Inversions


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