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Alternate Dominant 7th Voicing

 

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Alternately, if we think of a dominant 7th chord as the V chord of a progression, then we can use the major 6th scale degree. Being able to play both the major 6th and the minor 6th gives you more options depending on how the chord functions in a progression. I think this is important enough to give it it own lesson. Further we'll actually use both varieties in the backing track play along. We'll use the G7 chord so we'll be ready to play all the chords in the key of C major when we put them together.

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