Monday, October 19, 2015

Make your basic minor chord more interesting


In this video I demonstrate how one may use extended harmony to change a basic minor chord in a chord progression. When done correctly using proper voice leading, these can add some depth to the songs that you are writing and/or performing.

It is so important to understand the scales that chords are derived from, and reach the point where you know without hesitation where those notes are on the fretboard. It should eventually become 'second nature' to you. That takes practice. 

If you have any questions you can email me at MrJoshGarrett@yahoo.com. 

Blessings,
Josh

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