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post Dec 12 2007, 01:04 AM
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Hey me and my band is play a song which startes with the chord progression of Amaj9 B C#m7. this i repeated 4 times. and last time i play a Dmaj7 as end note..
the reason i asked is because i would like to know which scales or arpeggio can i play over these chords.. and when to use the right.


my tabs are..

-0-0-4-5
-0-0-5-7
-6-8-4-6
-7-9-6-7
-7-9-4-5
-5-7-x--

because we have a small break in a song. where i would like to fill in some short of short solo


the video is kinda bad cut. because i didnt have any tool to cut it
and there is played at diffrent speeds.


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post Dec 12 2007, 01:14 AM
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This will all work very well with a regular scale of A major - all the chords are in that scale.


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Also whilst I can appreciate that you are keen to get a response to the question please wait for an answer next time rather then posting the same question across several different threads.

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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Dec 11 2007, 07:14 PM) *
This will all work very well with a regular scale of A major - all the chords are in that scale.


Andrew,

correct me if Im wrong, but in the scale of A major would it be b minor instead of B major ?

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post Dec 12 2007, 01:50 AM
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Oh i am sorry but it was a mistake to make the other thread.. it was not hestetating. but a mistake


here is something i came up with that i made in guitar pro. tried to play it on my akkoustik and sounded very well..
so i cant wait to try it on my electric

|--5--4-----5--4-----------|
|--------5--------5--------|
|--------------------9S----|
|--------------------------|
|--------------------------|
|--------------------------|


Q. E. E E. E Q. E E E E E E H.
------------------------|----------------------12-------|---------------------|
--------------5--4------|----------10--12--12------14b--|---L--14~------------|
--6~------6----------6--|-------------------------------|---------------------|
------------------------|--7~---------------------------|---------------------|
------------------------|-------------------------------|---------------------|
------------------------|-------------------------------|---------------------|


E E E E E E E E W
----------------------------------|-------------------|
----------------------------------|-------------------|
--16--14--13----------------------|-------------------|
--------------16--14--------------|-------------------|
----------------------11--12--14--|--L----------------|
----------------------------------|-------------------|

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QUOTE (coffeeman @ Dec 11 2007, 07:26 PM) *
Andrew,

correct me if Im wrong, but in the scale of A major would it be b minor instead of B major ?

Thanks.


Absolutely correct - I missed it there, just saw the Amaj9 & C#m7 - that makes it Lydian apart from the Dmaj7


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