#1
Hi,

If I have the chords Am7 and C7 can I play a minor pentatonic scale over the Am7 and a major pentatonic over the C7? It's kinda hard for me because the chords switch so fast. What would be the best way to to improv over these without having to switch too much...it goes Am7, C7, F7, Bm7
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#3
you dont have to change the key you're soloing in each time the chord changes as long as the key of the song remains the same
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#5
unless of course you want to play over the chord changes.

but then you would be using more than the pentatonics.
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#6
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unless of course you want to play over the chord changes.

but then you would be using more than the pentatonics.


The music itself dictates the key, not the musician, so technically you'd still be playing Am. Any other notes you used would either expand your pentatonic scale to the natural minor scale or be classed as accidentals.

The chords say it's in Am, so in Am it will stay regardless of what you play over it.
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#7
so over the sequence of Am7 and C7 I could just play A-Phrygian (that the correct english term?). Since Am7 and C7 are both in the key of F, and Am7 is the 3rd of F and C7 obviously the fifth, I can just play over both chords using the phrygian scale?
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