5 Great Jazz Guitar Licks You Need to Know

The dom7th(b5) chord is a great sound to use in your soloing. Since it isn't really diatonic to any scale we often forget to use it as a dominant arpeggio. In this video I am going to demonstrate 5 great ways to use this arpeggio on different chord types. Examples include Tonic minor, Lydian Dominant, Altered Dominant and Lydian Augmented chords.

Here you will learn how it works for several chords and several sounds like the altered scale, the diminished scale and a few more melodic minor sounds!!

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