Watch the Whole Tone online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Modes That Matter

Once again you have a device that can be played over a V7 chord going to a resolution, but for the first time it’s symmetrical easing the pressure of varying fingerings in different parts of the neck. At the same time this could pose a con you need to be aware of. Given the homogenous fingerings you could end up playing the same motives. So be sure to do two things: focus on the arpeggio of the V chord you’re playing over that resides within the whole tone scale, which will bring about a different visions in each part of the neck. And, make an effort to NOT play the same fingering. You’ll find plenty of options in the PDF chart of fingerings to dig on, so you're covered.