Readers Can Learn How To Play A Guitar Solo Over 7th Chords At Mike’s Guitar Talk

Popular guitar blog has released a post about playing guitar solos over 7th chords. Guitar players will learn the scales to use in their solo and some cool tricks too.

Online PR News – 08-December-2011 – – Mike Sunderlin of Mike’s Guitar Talk has released a new blog post about playing guitar solos over 7th chords. Sunderlin has written a few posts about playing guitar solos and they all seem to be popular with his readers. Guitar players will learn about different types of scales to use over 7th chords, new and creative 7th arpeggios to play in solos, and even an in-depth look at the Mixolydian mode. Sunderlin has proven to be a valuable resource to guitar players around the world. Readers can see his latest post about guitar solos over 7th chords at

According to Sunderlin, “One of the most common chords you will hear in the blues, rock and jazz styles of music is the 7th chord.”

“That minor 7th scale degree adds some character to the somewhat bland and happy major sound,” Sunderlin says. “Thus, it’s a great chord for the blues and rock music.”

“This post is going to feature three different perspectives for playing a guitar solo over a 7th chord,” Sunderlin says.

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About Mike Sunderlin and Mike’s Guitar Talk
Mike Sunderlin is a musician that hopes to share his experience with guitarists all over the world. The guitar information that Sunderlin releases will benefit guitar players of all ages and skill levels.

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