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this is amazing i see another whole new concept of chord building and how they are related up and down the fretboard…thank you Tomas
hey tomas .love this lesson ,can you tell me where to find play alongs?
I’m glad you like this Paul. I never thought to make a play-along for this. But I’m open to creating something. What do you think a useful play-along could look like?
you said whole whole !/2.. whole whole whole 1/2..
but it seemed that you played in C 3 wholes or do you not count the
C as a step
I just watched the video. It seems I explained it well. Please watch the video again. If you still have a question perhaps you could ask it a different way.
I’m glad you appreciate this Patricia. I will actually come back at it in different ways through the Monthly Practice Sessions.
As I do this exercise, I find that some of the chords created are minor sounds….others are major chord sounds. Is this correct? Or am I confused?
Yes… exactly. I’m happy you can hear that.
Wow! This video certainly opened up the structure of chords and their separate patterns…I had no idea how the chords I am playing were structured! Lights are coming on, and I can see how useful it will be to learning the fretboard! Many thanks for teaching this, Tomas!!!
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