Now onto our final three chords!
Starting with the V chord.
The V chord also has no avoid notes, although, some people might avoid the 11 because it creates a tritone between the 11 and 7 but plenty of people include the 11.
The V chords matching is mixolydian which is as follows:
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - b7
Extensions - 9, 11, & 13
Avoid notes - none
The vi chords matching mode is aeolian.
1 - 2 - b3 - 4 - 5 - b6 - b7
The 9 and 11 work great but the b13 is a half step above a chord tone.
Extensions - 9 and 11
Avoid notes - b13
Our last chord, the vii chord, is tricky.
It is physically hard to add extensions to a minor7b5 chord on guitar but, in theory, you could add an 11 or b13, which does give it an interesting sound if you can pull it off.
In most situations a guitarist will not add extentions to a minor7b5 chord, this is why I've not included shapes for it.
Extensions - 11 & b13 (if you dare)
Avoid notes - b9