5 And 6 Note Quartal Harmony Chords
This is a continuation of the blogs in the past 2 weeks on quartal harmony.
If you haven’t yet: check these above blogs first, to get a basic understanding of this type of harmony.
In this lesson, we basically keep stacking 4th intervals on top of the voicings we covered in last week’s blogs, to get 5 note voicings, and 6 note voicings.
Here’s how to play them.
This concludes all the root position quartal harmony chords you can play on a guitar neck.
Then there’s also inversions of course, but that is for another lesson.
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