• Whether Gospel Or Jazz, These 2-5-1 Chord Progressions Rock

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    If you’re interested in learning 2-5-1 chord progressions that can be applied in gospel and jazz styles, this lesson is for you.

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    7 Jazzy Variations Of The Classic 2-5-1 Chord Progression You Can Revolutionize Your Playing With

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    You too can revolutionize your playing with the jazzy variations of the classic 2-5-1 chord progression we’re learning in this lesson.

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    How To Play 2-5-1 Chord Progressions Using Thirds And Sevenths

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    Discover the secrets to playing 2-5-1 chord progressions using tenths and sevenths in this lesson.

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    You don’t have to be a math whiz to master “2-5-1” chord progressions in every key

    math-supersmall.jpgSo you’ve probably heard of “2-5-1” chord changes. To the beginner, they may sound intimidating.

    But give me 7 minutes and I’ll give you the secret to playing chord progressions in all 12 keys without having to do much thinking…

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    What are chord progressions?

    “What are chord progressions” is a commonly asked question.

    A chord progression is simply a series of chords played in order. As you play more songs, you’ll see more and more chord progressions and patterns used over and over again in your favorite tunes…

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    Variations of “2-5-1” Chord Progressions

    If you listen to music, you’ve definitely heard a “2-5-1” progression. They are found in just about any type of music — regardless of style, genre, or rhythmical pattern. It is commonly the series of chords that end a song or phrase. However, it can be used in several situations (I can only go over a few in this lesson but encourage you to check out my course for further instruction).

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    Famous “2-5-1” Chord Progression

    “The Famous 2-5-1 Chord Progression” a) Dmin9 Chord (pronounced “D minor ninth chord”) Bass = D Right hand = F + A + C + E b) G13 chord (pronounced “G thirteenth chord“) Bass = G Right hand = F + A + C + E Note: This is the same chord above but since […]

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