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Old 2008-06-23, 05:46
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You can always break down the chord you're playing over and use those notes to make a scale. Usually I play a scale that fits each chord in my progression. Like if the chord is a Am7, then I'll play A Dorian over it, then if it goes to a Cmaj7, then I'll throw in C Lydian, then if it goes to a Emadd9, then I'll play E Aeolian or E Harmonic Minor. Basically I'll make a scale out of the notes in my chord.
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