Min7b5 Arpeggios - Intro
Learn how to play Min7b5 Arpeggios!
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- Em shape
Min7b5 Arpeggio Em shape
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- Am shape
Min7b5 Arpeggio Am shape
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- Dm shape
Min7b5 Arpeggios Dm shape
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- Gm shape
Min7b5 Arpeggio Gm shape
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- Cm shape
Min7b5 Arpeggio Cm shape
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Learn how to play the min7b5 arpeggios!
The minor7b5 arpeggio is very important to know, it belongs to the VII chord and can consequentially be used whenever the VII chord is played.
The mode for the VII chord is Locrian, a very difficult mode to phrase musically with.
Since the min7b5 chord is so complex sounding it is rarely used for more than a bar so the arpeggio is a better solution than the full scale, practice extensively!
You can also substitute the VII arpeggio over the V chord, creating a dom9 sounding arpeggio.
Min7b5 Arpeggio Details
Style: Min7b5 arpeggios are mainly used in Jazz and Latin music.
Character: The min7b5 has a diminished sound, difficult to explain, very jazz and complex.
Soloing: Use minor7b5 arpeggios whenever you want to highlight your VII chord melodically.