The dodecaphonics section will be generic and not specific to guitar but there will also be abstract lines and patterns which will have guitar notation.
There will be lots of discussion about playing over Dom7 chords but my particular flavor (like martinos) is treating everything as minor so there will be much discussion about that.
For example, playing Gminor, Bbminor, Dbminor and Eminor over C7, playing Dminor, Gminor and Eminor over Fmaj7, and using minor to create disparate tonalities such as altered dominant, Maj7#5, Maj7#9#11, polychords, etc.
Also how to use blues licks in ways that can sound outside so you can play your favorite pet licks and outline all kinds of alterations. (i.e. G minor blues scale licks over E7)
After teaching dodecaphonics for over 40 years, i'm finally writing a book on dodecaphonics! The premise of this book will be twofold: 1) Explain how to utilize dodecaphonics to give you 144 chord substitutions at your fingertips for any chord. 2) Teach you how to play outside using side stepping, chord substitution, polyrhythmic and metric displacement and geometric shapes. This is the book you need for - not only guitar solo arrangements - but how to have complete control over the amount of dissonance , tension and release you project to the audience.