Ever feel like you're stuck playing the same scale and arpeggio patterns? Trying to figure out how to break away from what you know and dig deeper into more interesting and colorful approaches to chords? Here is the 2nd lesson in our 8 week look at advanced approaches to ∆7 chords. We could almost think of these as “altered” ∆7’s. Again, the #9 is making an appearance… not the most common note to use over a ∆7, but a very hip and modern one for sure! We're using both an augmented and a major triad in this example to bring out some wonderful tonalities.
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