• Do You Know When Less Is More In Chord Voicing?

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    In the concept of chord voicing, there are times where less is more. Find out what to do in such situations.

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    Finally Cracked…The Concept Of Chord Voicing

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    If you’re interested in learning about the concept of chord voicing, then this lesson is for you.

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    Tonal Organization: Notes, Scales, Intervals, Chords, Chord Progressions, Songs

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    We’re covering the ins and outs of the six levels of tonal organization in this lesson.

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    The Purpose Of The Whammy Bar…

    With help of some creativity and imagination, the whammy bar can be used in a ton of situations. If you play around with it enough and just experiment, you’ll find

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    Minor 7th Chord With A Twist

    “The Minor 7th Chord” Here is my twist of the minor 7th chord. I like to play it in the 3rd inversion. You’re probably thinking, “what is the 3rd inversion?” Here’s a small lesson on inversions: When the 7th tone of the major scale is played as the lowest note, the chord is said to […]

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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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