A Sub Five (V) chord is a substitute chord for the 5 (V) chord in a progression which happens to be a dominant chord. In the case of blues that uses most dom 7 chords, you can use the sub 5 (V) chords replacing all the original chords if you chose too. This method is used a lot in the style of jazz.
In this lesson we will look at some interesting neo-classical ideas that made Yngwie Malmsteen Popular. Even though he can be slightly over-the-top, he is still a fantastic and popular player. Even if this style of music isnt your thing, a lot can be learned, and applied to other styles.
The following are a few examples of the late great Frank Zappa. This file aims to demonstrate some different melodies he would use. With all of these examples, It's strongly recommend that you take the time to listen his songs, due to odd time signatures etc. They only really make sense if you can hear them!