• FAQ: What Are Extended Chords?

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    This introductory lesson on extended chords will show you the definition, classes, and examples of extended chords.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning The Classes Of Extended Chords

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    Discover and learn more about the classes of extended chords in this lesson.

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    An Answer To The Question: What Are Extended Chords?

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    This lesson answers the most basic questions on extended chords.

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    The Relationship Between Inversion And Voicing

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    In this lesson, you’ll be exposed to knowing the relationship between inversion and voicing in regards to their similarities and differences.

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    Here’s How Chords Are Classified According To The Good, The Bad, And Ugly

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    If you want to learn how chords are classified, this lesson on the classification of chords according to the good, the bad, and the ugly is for you.

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    An Easier Way To Play Extended Chords Using The Upper Structure Voicing Technique

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    We’re covering the ins and outs of the upper structure voicing technique in this lesson.

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    Easy to Ways to Remember Large Chords

    As you know, there is a formula for everything! Nothing is random — even when playing by ear…   From the most basic triad (or three-fingered chord) to the largest thirteenth chord, there are easy, systematic ways to remember ALL chords, regardless of size.   Let’s start basic and then I’ll show you how to […]

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