Lesson 2 – Chord Sequence 1 – Part 1
First, follow the attachment link.
Let us look at the first chord – Gmin7b5
You will notice that there is an ‘extra’ note in this chord voicing – the 11th (or the 4th step of the scale).
This is so that we can ‘relate’ the chord to one of our 4 types of pentatonic (5 note) scales.
The pentatonic we are using here is a Bb major pentatonic, with the 3rd flattened.
Bb C Db F G
G Bb C Db F
Now the second chord – C7b13b9
The pentatonic we are using here is a Db major pentatonic, with the 3rd flattened.
Db Eb Fb Ab Bb
Db D# E Ab Bb
…And the 3rd chord – F-