[From Dylan Kay]
Here are two examples of the superimpositions we have been studying. You may want to record the bass notes G, C and F to play these superimposed chords over, or even better get someone else to play the bass notes while you play the chords.
Also, try just playing the top 3 notes of each voicing…
Try and use the other voicings from the previous lessons to come up with some more II V I superimpositions of your own. You could also experiment with playing all the given voicings on strings 6,5,3,2.
And this concludes our five part lesson series featuring British guitarist-educator Dylan Kay! Stay tuned next week for new lessons from me!
If you're just joining us here at A Chord A Day, here are links to the other four lessons in this five-part series by Mr. Kay:
Lesson #1: Drop 2 + 4 voicings
Lesson #2: BbMaj7
Lesson #3: Emaj7b5
Lesson #4 : Am7
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