Example3 Ma­jor 6 chords in a latin groove


Guitar Techniques - - LESSON | CHORD CAMP -

Un­like ma­jor 13th chords that can be in­ter­est­ing in a static dom­i­nant 7th sit­u­a­tion, ma­jor 6th chords are a coloura­tion of a straight ma­jor chord (think of the fi­nal chord in The Bea­tles’ She Loves You). They also sound great when they are com­bined with a Ma­jor 7th to cre­ate an in­ter­est­ing mov­ing pair. There is a vari­a­tion in bar 1’s shape 4 G6 as it is dif­fi­cult to play – this voic­ing uses R-3-6-3. For a groovy, Latin rhythm gui­tar part use a clean, warm tone.

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