#1
When using A harmonic minor over an Am chord, you have these notes
A B C D E F G♯ A

But normally when you play a G# it'll sound bad because it isn't in the a minor scale??
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#2
The harmonic minor's primary function will be to create a strong cadence back to the tonic. The G# over the Am will either not be played or used as a passing tone.
#3
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But normally when you play a G# it'll sound bad because it isn't in the a minor scale??


Is that a statement or a question?
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#4
What is your question, exactly? You want to know if it will sound "bad"?
How about you play it and find out?
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#5
No he's asking if the G# would be in the minor scale
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