EXAMPLE 3 DOMINANT 7B9 CHORDS USED IN A SLOW FUSION GROOVE
This is a typical minor fusion chord progression that’s fun to jam over. It starts with an A minor blues before going through two II-V-I progressions in F, then returning V-I, back to Am. In Bar 7 the C11 is a substitute for Gm7. Chords are played lightly, with not too much activity, to leave room for the soloist – you! Add a light chorus or phaser if you want and think Larry Carlton or Carlos Santana.