Overview
So here's another cool jazz tune that we can see ways to incorporate some of our Extended Chords. The main idea is that any Major chord we can switch with a Major Extended Chord, Dominant with any Dominant Chord and Minor chord with a Minor Extended Chord.

Here's what you'll see in the Real Book:
Cm7 – Cm7 – Gm7 – C7
Fmaj7 – Fmaj7 – Fm7 – Bb7
Ebmaj7 – Em7-Ab7 – Dbmaj7 – Dm7b5-G7

What I went through (PDF has chord shapes):
Cm7 (2nd Inversion) – Cm7 (1st Inversion) – Gm9 – C9
Fmaj7 (Open) – Fmaj7 (Root position) – Fm11 – Bb13
Eb6/9 – Em9-Ab13 – Db6/9 – Dm7b5-G7b9

Dig!

-Related Lessons-


0:38 – Barred 7th Chords
1:28 – Minor 7 Inversions (Whole Neck!)
2:08 – Extended Chord Shapes
2:15 – Open 7th Chords
3:02 - Major 7 Inversions (Whole Neck)
4:03 – m7b5 Inversions (Whole Neck!)
4:09 – Diminished Arpeggios & Chords

PDF's – Solar Extended Chords Example PDF, 7th Chords, Minor 7 Inversions, Extended Chords, Major 7 Inversions, m7b5 Inversions & Diminished PDF


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