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The Dim7 Arpeggio

The dim7 Arpeggio Fingerings You can learn more about the dim7 chord here: The 3 Uses of the dim7 Chord. The formula of the dim7 chord is: 1 b3 b5 bb7 When you would play this formula on 1 string, you’d notice that all notes are spaced evenly in four 3-fret intervals. The dim7 chord
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Soloing with Triad Substitution Pairs over The V I Progression

Soloing with Triad Substitution Pairs over The V I Progression This is a continuation from last week’s blogs: G and Am Triad Substitutions over a C Groove and Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord It is essential that you study these 2 blogs first before moving on. This will help you understand the material
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Triad Substitution Pairs over The I Chord

Triad Substitution Pairs over The I Chord Let me start with explaining what “triad substitution” means. The title says, “Triad Substitution Pairs over The I Chord” The I chord in the key of C, is a C chord. When the whole band is jamming on a C chord groove, and you are playing other chords
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Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord

Triad Substitution Pairs over The V7 Chord This is a continuation from last week’s blog: G and Am Triad Substitutions over a C Groove It is essential that you check out last week’s blog first before moving on. This will help you understand the material in this blog. Dm and Em are a really great
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Stevie Wonder, John Coltrane’s Music Math, and Earthquakes

Stevie Wonder, John Coltrane’s Music Math, and Earthquakes Following is an inspiring read about a period in Stevie’s life, when he was unbelievably prolific. Stevie Wonder Recorded 200 Songs in 2.5 Years While Making “Songs In The Key of Life” A lot has been written about the genius of John Coltrane. Following interesting read discusses
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