Speaking of equal time, why is it that Andrew always calls a chord major first and then says “Oh yeah, and by the way, if you feel like it, maybe you could use this voicing for like, the relative minor, ya’ know, if you play minor chords or something.”? Well his week, all that is changing. Here’s a minor chord (for those of you who play minor chords) that has a nice cluster (as opposed to mean or rude clusters) between the root, ninth and minor third (note to self: add one more parenthetical statement here to fulfill the monthly quota). Oh yeah, and by the way, if you feel like it, maybe you could use this voicing for like, A Maj7+4 or E Maj, ya’ know, if you play major chords.
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