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When improvising on trumpet to a funk chart with no chord changes do you play only blues scale notes or any note that follows the key signiture?

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Use either the minor pentatonic scale (don't use the b5/#4) or play a dominant scale over the key signature (which is like a major scale with a b7) If it's a minor funk chart then use either the minor penatonic scale or the dorian minor, which is
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