This example is in the key of G major. It uses a jazzy chord progression: G maj7 to C6 played 3 times (I to IV chords) with fills between each chord. Then it goes to Bm7 - Bbm7 - Am7 (iii to ii chords) with a chromatic passing chord â€˜Bbm7â€™, and concludes with D7#9 to D7b9 (altered V chord) before repeating the progression.
There are lots of fills and each one fits the respective chords with double-stops, slides, and scale fragments.
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