#1
I'm playing a solo in this song in jazz band, it's a twelve bar blues kind of song, but I have a question. Can I use the F minor pentatonic over a D7 chord? What about the G minor over a C7? I haven't learned much theory about this yet, I'm kind of a beginner in that field. Help would be appreciated
#3
Can I use the F minor pentatonic over a D7 chord?

You can play whatever you want.

Now, to give a useful answer:
F min pent is F Ab Bb C Eb
D7 is D F# A C
The F and F#, and the A and Ab look like they would clash.

What about the G minor over a C7

G minor is G A Bb C D Eb F
C7 is C E G Bb
The E and Eb look like they would clash.

If you can, try them out.
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#5
for a d7 chord you could play G major

and over the c7 an F major scale

thats how i would, but i woudlt just move down to the f major id do dorian mode so it dont sound so naff
#7
wouldn't G harmonic minor work over the D7 chord?
yes
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