I listened Pink Floyd "Money" from the album "Dark Side of the Moon" for a while break after and started to think about Seven Four (7/4) time signature in music theory and how to count it in your mind while playing solo guitar. I've been in Guitar hobby last 25 years till this day towarding my hobby still in run till the end.
I discovered the Web with relevant keywords and there not a much information almost nothing appealing for this topic. Using 2-3-4 -variations I did my own chart and it included with the next appearance:
4+3; 3+4; 2+2+3; 2+3+2; 3+2+2;
Theses duplicate twos or twices is four divided by two, you have to lay your bets on odds what comes to the table.
Perhaps the best paper or the article was sourced down in
where's the conclusion is "Seven four (7/4) simply means that each measure of music will include seven beats, with the quarter note receiving the beat."
Top-Down -approached charting approach I've done it there's none of any other possibilities to count it but do you have any of exception or the practically tips to give for me how might this be calculated while playing the improvisitaion -based solo guitar for myself to getting totally freedomity, and getting involved with groovy, authentic, unique style to make my match just for my own pleasure?