minor ninth arpeggio
Here is a free lesson about a II | V jazz guitar line using a D minor seventh arpeggio and a G dominant 7th arpeggio.
- Bar 1 : Starting on the root (D) of the D dorian mode. After that you have to play : the b3 (F), the fifth (A), root again (D), b3 again (F), 9 (E), D again, b7 (C), once again the fifth (A) and a passing tone (A#). We can see that these notes are actually a D minor ninth arpeggio.
- Bar 2 : This measure contains notes from the G dominant 7th arpeggio (G-B-D-F) with a passing tone (b3) (A#) before playing the major third (B). Ending on the root (G).
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