• Forget Where You Are! Focus On What Precedes And What Succeeds!

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    Discover the two most important things that matter to your chord progression: what precedes and what succeeds.

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    Ask Dr. Pokey: “What Is A Cadential 6-4 Chord?”

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    Find out (in this lesson) what the cadential 6-4 is, how to identify it, and how it can be applied in songs.

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    Who Else Wants To Know What The Quadritone Is?

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    We’re exploring what the quadritone is, in this introductory lesson.

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    Unmasking The 7-chord: An Implied Dominant Seventh Chord

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    Find out, in this lesson, why the diminished chord is considered as an implied dominant seventh chord.

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    How To Play The 1-4 Chord Progression Using Dominant Chords

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    Discover what you can do with the 1-4 chord progression as a beginner, intermediate, or advanced player.

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    Are You Struggling With Playing Bigger Chords? Here’s What To Do!

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    Playing bigger chords can be frustrating because of a variety of reasons. But in this lesson, I’ll be showing you how you can handle that.

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    Q: “Can You Name Any Chord Using These Three Checks?” A: “Yes!”

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    There’s never been any lesson on how to name any chord in the history of the internet like this. Don’t take my word for it! Join me and see for yourself.

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