• Fresh Perspectives To The 2-5-1 Chord Progression Using Advanced Chord Voicings

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    I guarantee you that the 2-5-1 chord progressions we covered in this lesson (5 of them) will explode your chordal vocabulary.

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    Exposed: Four Exotic Substitutes Of The 2-Chord In The Major Key

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    In this lesson, you’ll discover 4 substitutes of the 2-chord that advanced players spice up their chord progressions with.

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    Ask Dr. Pokey: “Is It A Min7b5 Or A Half-dim7 Chord?”

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    Finally there’s an answer to the question that bothers on whether the 7-chord (aka – “subtonic chord”) is a min7b5 or a half-dim7 chord.

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    39 Left Hand Ideas: Your Left Hand Will Never Be The Same Again [Intermediate Players Only]

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    Discover the left hand ideas that has helped (and is still helping) intermediate players out there to develop a “rock-solid” left hand.

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    Who Else Wants To Learn About The Tone Of Disjunction?

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    This introductory lesson will provide you with some basic information on the tone of disjunction.

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    “So, What’s The Role Of A Keyboardist In A Band Situation?”

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    The role of a keyboardist in a band varies from the primary role, to the secondary role, and the auxiliary role and we got them all covered in this lesson.

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    Enharmonic Relationship: “Is E# The Same As F?” (The Yes, The No, And The Reasons)

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    With a thorough understanding of the enharmonic relationship between notes that you’ll gain in this lesson, you’ll be able to answer questions like this.

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