Usually when talking about jazz soloing the focus and discussion is based on the notes of the underlying chord, not those found in the key signature.Good thread!
wondering...? 7 - 3 ...?
for example (?) in Key of Bb would be playing an Ab (flat 7 note of Bb chord) leading to a G natural (3 of Eb chord) ?
I don't hear an A natural as leading to any specific new destination. Or does "7" mean an A natural chord?
Topic #B) @Tele Jr wondering... ""...the five chord blues scale..." Would that be like maybe a blues ballad e.g., in Key of Bb that would have a G chord (a VI) of some type and a C chord (a II) of some type...in addition to the I IV and the V?
If so (or even if not ) How I try to spice up the ol' 3-chord blues:
I hint at those notes unique to the blues ballad extra chords: VI chord (key of Bb, a G chord) a B natural note, II chord (key of Bb, a C chord) E natural note...
...at the places in the verses the VI and the II would appear* IF it was a blues ballad. (which it's not)
*likely preceding the V.
I just HINT AT, like maybe just a momentary insinuating bend. Maybe under conventional note on top. If I do more than "hint at" I've left the 3-chord genre behind.
Obviously I'm not at the level where I can go full Charlie Parker on three chords, or on anything.
Topic #C) Too many #'s in music. notes, Do Re Mi, chords, Nashville system, which fret, which measure, flat note or flat chord? b7 of the temporary chord or b7 of the Key scale?