• 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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    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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    Chord Voicing: The A & B Voicings Of Right Hand “Skeletons” In Octave Position

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    Discover the secret to the formation of right hand skeletons in octave position in this lesson.

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    Here’s How To Play Cyclical Progressions Using “Skeleton Voicings”

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    Cyclical Progressions just got easier with skeleton voicings of chords. With a lesser number of notes, you’re still playing full sounding chord progressions

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    Skeleton In The “Chordboard”

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    In this lesson, we’ll discuss what the skeleton of a chord is and how to identify chord types by using just two distinct tones of the chord.

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