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Diminished Arpeggio sweep
What alot of people don't realize is that the diminished arpeggio is a very versatile subject.
A dominant 7th chord has a tension between the major third and the b7 of the tonic(diminished 5th). As a result, you can use the diminished scale over the b7 of the the chord to create a sort of b9 sound.
It's good, but could do with more examples instead of just the basic 3 strings.
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