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These diminished chords can be viewed in either of two ways.
Notice, in either case, they have a Dominant function. They lead to the tonic (i) chord.
So, in this example, I will use them in both ways! I will imply a II - V - i progression with these chords:
When I am playing over the F# chord (V of V) I am using the diminished chords with the note A-sharp in mind as my reference. This is because it is the leading tone of the B chord we are moving toward. Then when I playing over the B chord (V) I am using the diminished chords with the note D-sharp in mind as my reference. This is because it is the leading tone of the E minor chord we are moving toward. Finally when the E minor arrives I play it in the form of a large swept arpeggio.
Again, that's a lot of sweeping! Be careful and go slow at first until you can get it up to speed.
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