Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2)

This is a continuation from last week’s blog
In position soloing over I- IV- V- in Am.

Read that blog first, so all the following will make complete sense. šŸ™‚

This week you’ll solo with the following 3 arpeggios:

Am7 arpeggio from the b3rd (C note)
Dm7 from the b7th (C note)
Em7 from the 5th (B note)

Solo with these 3 fingerings over:

||: Am7 | Dm7 | Em7 | Am7 :||

Once you get the hang of this, move on to practicing the arpeggios over the 12-bar blues in Am.

||: Am7 | Dm7 | Am7 | Am7 |
Dm7 | Dm7 | Am7 | Am7 |
Em7 | Dm7 | Am7 | Em7 :||

Hit me up anytime at [email protected] if you would like me to send you backing tracks to practice any of the above, if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson.
You’re on your way to becoming a great guitar player.
Have fun! šŸ™‚

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