Monday, March 24, 2008
Chord #31 - G7(13)no 3rd
This chord is another example of a multi-purpose voicing. It can be either a dominant chord - G7(13), or a minor chord G-7(13) - because the 3rd of the chord is absent in the voicing both are possible.
For the musical example, I played a palm-muted riff outlining the chord and then playing the same thing a whole step down. This implies a G7 to F7 chord progression. To me I hear it more as a dominant chord rather than a minor chord progression in this context.
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Posted by Az Samad at 12:24 AM
Labels: Dominant Chords, Minor Chords
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