And so the idea I present today is how you can arrange the notes of a Cmaj7 chord/arpeggio (B, C, E & G) into playable scale-like shapes.
Use the following shapes in the key of C major (aka A minor):
Work these ideas into your own style. Blend them with your current favourite licks. Enjoy utilising the fresh sound that is the major 7 arpeggio.
To see and hear these shapes in action (+ a music theory breakdown) check out my video lesson below!
By Alfred Potter www.AlfredPotter.com