1-6-2-5 turnarounds in DGdg tenor banjo





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Published on Nov 7, 2009

One-six-two-five turnarounds in two keys. (More chords are at http://banjosessions.com/?p=217 )

First half is just 1-6-2-5, the second half is flavored by secondary dominant (played as halfdiminished seventh chord) before 6, and tritone substitution of 2 (played as dominant seventh chord) between 2 and 5.

Chord voicings:
Fmaj7=3522, Cmaj7=5524
C7=5523, Db7=6634, D7=7745, G7=5734, Ab7=6845, A7=7956
Gm7=5733, Dm7=7735
Am7b5=7855, Em7b5=8957

Chord progressions:
Fmaj7 |D7 |Gm7 |C7
Fmaj7 |D7 |Gm7 C7|Fmaj7
Fmaj7 |Am7b5 D7|Gm7 |Db7 C7
Fmaj7 |Am7b5 D7|Gm7 Db7 C7|Fmaj7

Cmaj7 |A7 |Dm7 |G7
Cmaj7 |A7 |Dm7 G7|Cmaj7
Cmaj7 |Em7b5 A7|Dm7 |Ab7 G7
Cmaj7 |Em7b5 A7|Dm7 Ab7 G7|Cmaj7

Czech made banjo Janish http://www.janish.info/ - resonator removed and one-piece flange specially cut by Ptacek http://www.ptacekbanjo.com/index_eng....


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