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Cmaj7 C#m7b5 Dm7, Fmaj7 Fmaj9 G7 G9 G7 (Lesson by Brett Sanders)

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Uploaded on Nov 2, 2011

Lately I've been trying to get my students to learn more complex chords. Here's an example of a progression that sounds pretty nice using some fancier chords.

I'm not a big fan of jazz music, but I do like some of the jazzier chords if used in a more minimalist way.

Lesson covers how to play these more complicated chords and the theory of each chord (definition in scale degrees and the voicings of each chord).

Good luck!
Lesson by Brett Sanders

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