Adding The b3 Blue Note & Chromaticism To The Dominant 7 Arpeggio.
Adding blue notes and chromatic lines to arpeggios is a great way to jazz up your improvisation.
In last week’s blog, we covered the G7 arpeggio (root position fingering). This week we’ll add the b3 blue note and chromatic passing notes to the arpeggio.
The below video shows how this works. Have fun discovering new colors and textures for soloing. 🙂
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