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...But then again, applying any scale to improvisation should be a trial and error process. You shouldn’t just play a diminished scale over a diminished chord because you know that it works there. It should be a sound in your ear; you should know what it’s going to sound like before it comes out. In order to accomplish this, you need to practice a given scale over different chords and in different situations. You should sit at a piano, play a chord, and play a scale in different permutations over that chord. That’s the only way to get a particular... Read More

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