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Old 2008-07-28, 16:42
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Your progression almost fits the G natural minor scale except for your A#m. The books say a major chord fits better in that spot using G natural minor. I noticed G natural minor sounding like shit over that A#m chord so you have to modify it to accompany the minor 3rd in A#m being C# because the 3rd is such a strong grounded tone in any scale. Well what's cool about that A#m being there instead of the A# is that your 3rd (C#) falls right in as the b5th of G natural minor so you can just augment into the blues scale to compensate for that tone over that chord. F Phrygian Dominant sounds good over it too because F and A# are very polytonal in your chord progression which if you shift that over comes out to be A# harmonic minor which works out great for your A#m chord.
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