• Are You Using Chromatic Chords Yet?

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    Learn more about chromatic chords and how they can be applied in this lesson.

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    Beginners: Forget About Passing Chords And Learn Scale-Degree Chords.

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    This lesson is for you if you want to learn scale-degree chords.

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    Revealed: What Intermediate Players Do On The Left Hand

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    If you’re interested in learning what intermediate players do on the left hand, then you arrived at the right page. What most beginners can do on the left hand are usually limited to root notes, fifth intervals, and octaves.Over the C major triad, most beginners would play any of the following on the left hand: […]

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    Revealed: Smarter Ways To Create Passing Chords

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    Discover how you can quickly and smartly create passing chords to any major or minor chord.

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    Exposed: The Application Of Primary Chords

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    If you’re interested in learning about the application of primary chords, you’re on the right page. But before we get into the application of primary chords, let’s invest some time in refreshing our minds on what primary chords are. A Short Note On Primary Chords Every key has seven unique scale-tone chords that are formed […]

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    Do You Know The 24 Keys On The Keyboard?

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    There are 24 keys on the keyboard and we’re learning them in this lesson.

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    How To Play An Advanced 2-5-1 Chord Progression In All Twelve Keys

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    Learn how to play an advanced 2-5-1 chord progression in all twelve keys in this lesson.

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