• 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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    Cyclical Chord Progressions: How To Apply 3-7-3 And 7-3-7 Chord Skeletons

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    Want to sound jazzy? You’ll do well to learn (in this lesson) how chord skeletons can be used to approach cyclical chord progressions.

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    Here’s Why You Can NEVER Go Wrong With The 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    We’re exploring the power of the 2-5-1 chord progression; which is arguably the strongest chord progression in tonal music.

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    What’s Your Favorite Chord Skeleton, 3-7-3 or 7-3-7?

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    In this lesson on chord skeleton, you’ll decide what works best for you; the 3-7-3 skeleton or the 7-3-7 skeleton.

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    Exotic Pentatonic Scales: Hirajoshi And Pelog Scales [Advanced Players Only]

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    If you’re interested in incorporating an oriental sound to your improvisation, the Hirajoshi and Pelog scales are for you.

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    Top Three Substitutions Every Creative Keyboardist Must Not Be Without

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    There are essential substitutions that every creative keyboardist must know. Find them out in this lesson.

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    How To Form Dominant Chords With 4 Major Seventh Chord Types

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    This lesson is for intermediate players who are interested in learning how to form dominant chords.

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