Watch the Minor of the Harmonic Kind Solo 1 online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Lab: Blues Soloing

When it comes to picking exactly what's going on over the harmonic minor ii-V change in bars 9-10 in all three solos you have your own choice to make. You can either see it as a horizontal instance where the parent C harmonic minor is the basis for the lines or you can think more vertically and deem them modal instances relative to C harmonic minor or, if applicable, embellished arpeggios playing directly to the chord. Whatever works for you is what is right.

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