• How To Play Extended Minor Chords For The 3-chord In The Major Key

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    In this lesson, I’ll show you, step-by-step, how to play extended minor chords for the 3-chord in the major key. In a previous lesson, I described the 3-chord as the most complicated chord in the minor key and also explained to you why this is so. In this lesson, I’ll be going a step further […]

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    Are You Finding Ninth Chords Difficult To Play?

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    This lesson presents you an easier way to play ninth chords.

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    Another Secret To The Formation Of Ninth Chords Using Third Intervals

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    Find out another approach to the formation of ninth chords in this lesson.

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    Here’s Another Simple Way To Voice Minor Ninth Chords

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    Learn how to voice minor ninth chords using the “part-over-root” voicing technique in this lesson.

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    How To Play Ninth Chords Using Three-Note Voicings

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    In this lesson you’ll be learning how to play ninth chords using three note voicings.

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    Yet another way to spice up your chords without knowing anything new

    Lately, we’ve been talking about sevenths and ninth chords.

    Today, I want to show you a simple way to spice up your ninth chords using seventh chords. Specifically, I want to deal with the minor ninth chord…

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    What every musician should know about “chord stacking”…

    So you want to play big, fancy chords! Who doesn’t?

    stacking1-small.jpgAnd yesterday, I pointed you in the right direction. We got introduced to polychords, which are essentially big chords made from two or more smaller ones.

    Today, we’re going to take it a step further. Rather than stack “common” chords on top of each other, we’re going to see what happens when we venture outside the norm…

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