• Beginners: Is Your Right Hand Failing You?

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    Find out the secret chord that’s been helping the beginner’s right hand in this lesson

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    Here’s How To Determine 2-5-1 Root Progressions Using Suspended Chords

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    In this lesson, you’ll be equipping your left hand by learning how to determine 2-5-1 root progressions using suspended chords.

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    Four Things You Can Transform The Perfect Fifth Interval Into

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    In today’s lesson, I’ll be showing you four things you can transform the perfect fifth interval into.

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    Suspended Chords – How To Play and Recognize Them

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    Suspended chords result when the third of a chord is replaced by the perfect fourth, or less commonly, the major second. Learn the ins and outs in this lesson.

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    It’s All In How You Look At It (Sus4 and Sus2 chords)

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    Wayne Dyer said: “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” It’s true in music too. Quite literally. Take, for example, suspended chords. If you ever see a suspended 4 chord (or “sus4”), it simply means to play the fourth instead of the third in a major chord.

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    A Quick & Easy Way To Play Suspended Chords

    In a post last week, I talked about quartal chords — which are chords built off fourth intervals.

    But here’s an interesting discovery with quartal chords. They are actually inverted suspended chords. Yup, suspended chords! Here’s why…

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