I read some tuttorials on Scott Devine's website and learned a ton of info. I recommend scottsbasslessons.com to all. I read a section on soloing over static minor chords and learned some useful substitutions and how to imply a 2-5-1 over the static minor chord. For example, while playing over a static D minor chord you can imply a 2-5-1 by using D dorian into an Em7flat5 into an A-dominant-flat9 and back to the D. However, I wasnt sure where these 2-5 chords were drawn from in this static minor exercise. Why was a m7flat5 used for implying a 2chord and an A dominant for the 5th of this Dminor chord? Isn't the 5th of a Dminor chord an A minor? Im a lil confused, but not much. My main question involves soloing over "static dominant"chords. I know Scott is planning a tuttorial on this but I cant wait for it. I think Scott is too busy gigging and riding his bicycle all over England. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to elaborate on these dominant chord vamps, perhaps along the same line as Scott's static minor tuttorial? Can you imply 2-5-1s? Are there any substitutions to use? Any suggestions would be appreciated while we wait for Scott to put together his next masterpiece tuttorial.. Thanks again for everything else you did Scott, sorry if I come across as impatient, I just am.