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Fun With Secondary Dominants

The Theory of Secondary Dominants The 5th chord in a scale, always wants to resolve to the first chord in a scale. For example: ||: C | Am | Dm | G7 :|| C || 7th chords (as in: “G7) are also called “dominant chords”. V7 in the scale is called “the dominant chord) because
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Chord Progressions In Modes.

How Can You Play Rhythm Guitar In A Certain Mode? I get this question every once in a while from upper intermediate guitar students who are trying to figure out how to write or jam in modes. What they are really asking is: “How do you figure out what chords to play in a mode”.
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Songwriting (Part 4): Understanding How Chord Progressions Work.

This is a continuation from songwriting blogs published in past weeks, which you can check here: How To Write Chords To Your Melody Lines Fretboard Mastery for Better Songwriting Some Scale And Chord Theory The Importance of I IV V I, IV, V: The 1st, 4th and 5th chord in a scale are the main
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