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Soloing with Triads (8-Note Dominant) - Page 3

by Laurence Mollerup
 
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One way of looking at this scale is that it is made up of two diminished 7th chords a semitone apart.

We have the G diminished 7th chord, which is a single diminished seventh chord with four possible inversions (G o7 is Bb o7 is C# o7 is E o7)

We also have the G# diminished 7th chord, which is to say another diminished seventh chord with four possible inversions (G# o7 is B o7 is D o7 is F o7).

Playing either of the diminished 7th chords sounds great over G7 (b9). But lets focus on the triad concept again on the next page.

 
 
 
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