In this jazz/fusion example we have,
Dm7 to G7altered to Em7flat5 to A13 flat 9 to D+maj7#11.
If you play through the TAB/MUSIC below the video you will find the way that I play through to be very interesting.
Also, I stick to the principle of our other lesson by employing tetrachords and strict alternate picking.
John Mclaughlin lesson” Playing through altered chord changes,
Music Tab for altered jazz fusion harmony
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