Add These Colors Over Minor Chords - Improvisation Lesson – Better Sax
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Add These Colors Over Minor Chords – Improvisation Lesson

Improvising Over Chords – Adding Color

Here’s a quick music theory and improvisation lesson for you to go over some very cool sounds that work over minor chords. We’ll talk about the Major 7 and a Major 6-Minor 7. It’s best to watch this lesson so you can hear how these chords can be applied!

Working these two sounds into your playing is really going to expand your color palette beyond the ordinary. So check out the video above.

Let us know how this lesson on chords went for you in the comments below!

And if you’re looking for more improv lessons, check out “How You Can Use Melodies to Practice Your Fundamentals on Saxophone.”

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As the founder of BetterSax.com Jay’s mission is to help developing saxophone players break away from traditional music learning methods and discover a more efficient, practical and fun way to become a Better Sax player. The BetterSax YouTube channel’s videos have been watched by millions and thousands of students have made meaningful progress on their instrument thanks to BetterSax courses.

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