• You Too Can Instantly Sound Like An Intermediate Gospel Keyboardist With These Chords

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    This lesson affords you another opportunity to sound like an intermediate gospel keyboardist.

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    These Altered Chords Can Spice Up Your Chord Progressions

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    Learn altered chords that you can readily apply in chord progressions in this lesson.

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    The Key Factor To Consider Before Playing An Extended Dominant Chord

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    Find out the key factor that determines how extended dominant chords are applied.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning About The Altered Extensions Of The Dominant Seventh Chord?

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    In today’s lesson, we’re focusing on the altered extensions of dominant seventh chords.

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    Tenth Day Of Christmas: Ten Altered Chord Voicings

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    In this lesson, we explore ten altered chord voicings using the dominant seventh chord.

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    Who Else Wants To Learn A Fancy Altered Chord Progression?

    In this lesson, I’m switching things up a little bit.

    Warning: This isn’t for beginners. These chord progressions will require a “stretch” — multiple octave playing. But nevertheless, it’s good to feed the brain with what is to come (hopefully in the near future).

    Today, I want to talk about altered minor chords and altered dominant chords…

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    Ask Jermaine: “How To Play #9 #5 Chords”

    This week’s question comes from Sunny: “Thanks Jermaine, please can you spell out the C7 (#9#5) chord?”

    My answer… Great question Sunny because tons of people still struggle with altered chords.

    When you see a “#” (sharp) or “b” (flat) appended to a chord, it’s signifying that…

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