ExamplE6 coM­bined chord types in a Mod­ern pro­Gres­sion

Guitar Techniques - - LEARNING ZONE -

35 66 5 vo‰icbing u.sed

(R-b7-9-5) Ex1a

mple46. Com­bined Chord Types bar­b1bthein a Mod­ern G9b(shb Pro­gres­sion.1)bisbn as­be­bibther This ex­am­ple is in a funk fu­sion style. In ape an in­ter­est­ing As it has no 3rd it can be a Gw9 or Gm9.

Db­maj9 Bb9j(shape thbe Also in bar 2 and bar G9 8 the Dm9 5) is B lower form Em9 of theA cmhao­j9rd from Ex­am­ple 3, which now has the root Fm9in the bass. m9 Ex­am­ple­Ex­am­ple 6.6. Com­bined­Com­bined ChordChord TypesTypes Ab Ab DSm3j9 mjaj9 SG19*G9 Dm9 B9 BS59 E ES2 m9

G9

S1*

S1*

Dm9

Dm9

DSm39 Dm9

S3

S3

Dm9

S3

S3

B 9E B9

9˙ B9B

S5

S5

B9

S5

S5

E9

E9S4

S4

S4

E33 33 33 33 33 m9 A maj9

S2

S2

Dm9

Dm9

Dm9S3

JS3

S3

S1

JS2

S2

Fm9 FSm29 D

S2

S2

S4

S4 SJ1 S1

JDm9

‰Dm9

DSm49 Dm9

S4

S4

9

G9

G9

G9 GS19

S1

S1

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.