#1
Does anybody know over what chord progression the E Harmonic Minor scale sounds good over? I want to learn it all over the fretboard
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#2
i like:

Em, Am, Bm, - but i play blues in that so i guess that pentatonic minor.


I might be wirong but try this over Em harmonic minor.


E, E, E, E, F, F, F, F, G, F,


(thats just to show how short the G chord is...... and yes they are all major chords.


Hope this is of help.
#3
Consider the diatonic chords of harmonic minor:

I-maj7, II-7b5, bIII+maj7, IV-7, V7, bVImaj7, VIIdim7.

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#4
Generally the Harmonic Minor is played over the 5th(v) chord from the Natural Minor but it is altered to a major or dom7 chord. So... Em, F#dim, G, Am, Bm, C, D. The (v) chord is Bm so you would alter that to B7 and play E Harmonic Minor over that chord. Apologies for this not being typed out the best; I'm posting from my phone.
#5
It'll go well over anything in E minor.

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Generally the Harmonic Minor is played over the 5th(v) chord from the Natural Minor but it is altered to a major or dom7 chord. So... Em, F#dim, G, Am, Bm, C, D. The (v) chord is Bm so you would alter that to B7 and play E Harmonic Minor over that chord. Apologies for this not being typed out the best; I'm posting from my phone.
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#7
Same as the chords for E natural minor, except the B is major. If you were playing strictly in harmonic minor, you would make the G augmented, but people usually don't do that.
#8
Harmonic minor is a convention within minor harmony in which the V chord is made major. It really isn't a scale at all. If you want to use the major seventh, either write a simple powerchord riff, or study the convention regarding minor melody (called, appropriately, melodic minor).
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#9
Powerchords are used alot over harmonic minor in metal etc
#10
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Harmonic minor is a convention within minor harmony in which the V chord is made major. It really isn't a scale at all. If you want to use the major seventh, either write a simple powerchord riff, or study the convention regarding minor melody (called, appropriately, melodic minor).
How would one go about doing this? / What do you mean?

I understand how it can be viewed as not being a scale (from one of your posts) and how some people use it as a scale (like me) so that has me curious. I always use it as it's own scale and I love it.
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