May 5, 2010

Adding color to dominant 7 chord part II




Using E melodic minor adds the #11. D -sharp in this case. You can play a melodic minor scale starting on the 5th off any V7 (dominant 7) chord to add color.

A7 is the 4th degree of the E melodic minor scale.
B7 is the 5th degree of the E melodic minor scale.
Combining these two arpeggios sounds just great and opens up a lot of possibilities.
In the last bar : 5 should be 6. (c#)

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