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    jonfinn.com Daily Chord

    Unbridled self-promotion.   But hey, it's fun to learn a new chord every day.   

     

    Enjoy!  Feedback/comments welcome!

    Thinking too much produces exactly the opposite of the intended outcome.

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    The Mickey Baker 7th chord!

     Good idea Jon.

     

    I was checking out your vid on the Ibanez 25th Anniversary S-Series.  Oh, that is one smokin' hot guitar. 

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    • speechless
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      Simple. Awesome. Simply awesome?

      The images don't show up on my galaxy tab though. 

      dang


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    I'd do slash chords with the note name - F#m11/B. Guess that still leaves the 9 up in the air. Hm
    And thank you mister Finn. Just being succinct eh so there can be no doubt that the 9 should be in there also? Like, no one's gonna play all seven notes when a chart calls for G13 right? But if we write G7/9/11/13... Ha!
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      speechless wrote:
      I'd do slash chords with the note name - F#m11/B. Guess that still leaves the 9 up in the air. Hm
      And thank you mister Finn. Just being succinct eh so there can be no doubt that the 9 should be in there also? Like, no one's gonna play all seven notes when a chart calls for G13 right? But if we write G7/9/11/13... Ha!

      As far as I know, there's not a single convention for writing multiple chord tensions.   When using a querty keyboard, I use slashes.  By hand or finale, i'll usually stack them.  

       

      It does make it confusing if the slash is used for both stacked tensions and inversions.  Another way is to use parenthesis:  F#m9(11).   Maybe I shoulda done it that way?   

      Here are a couple of handouts I use that attempt to explain some of it:

      4 Rules of 7th Chords

      7th Chords and Tensions

      Hope that helps!


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