• Introduction To The COLT Concept Of Symmetrical Chords

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    Discover the COLT concept of symmetrical chords and how it can help you play more chords with a fraction of the mental effort it takes.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Knowing Why Augmented Triads Are Not Common?

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    This lessons provides you with a down-to-earth explanation on why augmented triads are not common.

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    Talk To Jermaine Griggs: “How Do I Apply Diminished And Augmented Triads?”

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    If you belong to the league of musicians who want to learn how diminished and augmented triads are applied, this lesson is for you.

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    The Resolution Of The Augmented Triad Has Never Been This Easy

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    If you’ve always wanted to learn about the resolution of the augmented triad, we’re covering the ins and outs in this lesson.

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    Here’s a Nice Sounding Chord Movement You Can Use Immediately

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    In this post, I want to share a cool way to play a 1-chord. What do I mean by “1-chord?” It’s simple. Every major key has chords associated with each tone of its scale. For example, the C major’s scale is: By simply numbering the scale, you get: C = 1 D = 2 E […]

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    VIDEO LESSONS: The SECRET to playing ANY and EVERY chord you want in SECONDS (FREE link to another 14pg report included)…


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