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Extended Harmony Chords Series 3

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This lesson is a conclusion to our new 11th and 13th chords. In this tutorial we learned how to play and use:

Dominant 11th Chords contain:

  • Root or 1st
  • Minor 7th
  • Perfect 9th
  • Perfect 11th (or 4th)

    Minor 11th Chords contain:

  • Root or 1st
  • Minor 3rd
  • Perfect 5th
  • Minor 7th
  • Perfect 11th

    Dominant 13th Chords contain:

  • Root or 1st
  • Major 3rd
  • Perfect 5th
  • Minor 7th
  • Perfect 9th
  • Major 13th (or major 6th)

    Dominant Flat 13th Chords contain:

  • Root or 1st
  • Major 3rd
  • Perfect 5th
  • Minor 7th
  • Perfect 9th
  • Minor 13th (or minor 6th)

    We learned how to play all these 11th and 13th chord shapes with jazz progressions rooted on the E, A & D strings.

    If you liked this tutorial on extended harmony chords, then you enjoy the others in the series:

    Extended Harmony Chords Series 1

    Extended Harmony Chords Series 2

    Happy extended harmony chord playing!