In this lesson is another cool thing we can do over a dominant 7 chord. This gives us a quick “In and Out” sound.

Our idea here is to take our Dominant 7 root triad, play the three notes of that triad, then play the Tri-Tone of our Dominant 7 chord and play that.

Example in video: G triad & Db triad.

Then we can play them in succession in any order that you’d like! Take the idea and run with it 🙂

-Related Lessons-

0:28 – Playing Triads (Whole Neck & All Strings!)
0:28 – Wide Interval (Open Voiced) Triads
2:43 – Extended Chord Shapes
2:54 – Barred 7th Chords


 1b5 Triad TabTriads, Wide Interval TriadsExtended Chords & 7th Chords

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