I discussed the basic idea of this in my other video, “Tricks to do over the “V” chord | Diminished Arpeggio”, but this is just straight to the meat of the idea. There are two ways to think about what we're doing:

1) We're adding the root note to our Diminished Arpeggio
-Take a look at my PDF and if you take away the Red Notes... it's just a diminished arpeggio
2) Adding the b9 (half step up from our root) to our Dominant 7 arpeggios

This is a great sound. Give it a try over any “V” chord and have fun!

-Related Lessons-

0:20 - Tricks To Do Over the V Chord | Diminished Arpeggio
0:20 – Diminished Arpeggios & Chords
0:30 – Dominant 7 Arpeggios
0:43 – Building Chords?! | UGT 2/8
1:48 – Reading Guitar Chord & Scale Charts + Tab! | BO 2/10

PDF's – Dominant 7b9 Arpeggio Shapes, Theory, Diminished & 7th Chord Arpeggio Shapes

Play Alongs & Backing Tracks

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