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Asked by Unknown on 2001-01-04
i have heard that is you superimpose a diminished scale over a dominant 7th chord than it will sound really neat. IN THE DIMINISHED C SCALE (FOR EXAMPLE, BUT ALL HAVE THIS SAME PROBLEM) E is the dominant note, yet there is no E note in the C diminished scale so what do i use for the dominant seventh?
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Answer posted by Crotch on 2001-09-06
Use a diminished H major 7th chord with sustain

Answer posted by THEWEED4SPEED on 2006-01-31
You need to use the F# diminshed scale (or arpeggio F#,A,C,D#) over an Eminor, notice these notes are found in the E harmonic minor scale

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