V7b9 Chord Substitution

The V7b9 (“five-seven-flat-nine” or “dominant-seven-flat-nine” or 1-3-5-b7-b9) chord is not really a full substitution of the whole chord with another, but this time, more simply just an addition to a chord, with the flatted ninth of the chord’s key added to your scale while improvising …whether that note is in the chord or not!

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