Example7 Common jazz sequence in G
EThis example clocks in at a seriously speedy 300bpm - a tempo not for the faint hearted! Here Salvador outlines Cm7 over the Cm7 chord, moving down the F minor scale over the Fm7 and Bb Mixolydian with chromatic passing notes over the Bb7 before resolving to Ebmaj9 over the Ebmaj7, and Abmaj7 over the Abmaj7 chords. He outlines the Am7 then moves down D Mixolydian over the D7 and the G major scale with more chromatic passing notes over the Gmaj7. He closes with an implied Bm7 arpeggio (or Gmaj9) followed by a G triad.