7b5 Example4 Extended Chords in a Funk Groove.
7b5 Once you start using and 7#5 chords you can add value by moving up in 9b5, b5 13b5, harmony to become a 9#5, and 13#5. The descriptors and #11 are b5: 2 the same (#11 is the higher octave of eg a high D# then a lower D#) as we often use a flexible four-note voicing. This example uses the most common of 9b5, these extended chords – 9#11, 13#11. I used a ‘juicy’ phaser, so there’s lots of depth and resonance, with a bright tone from combined pickups.