Major Chord Substitutes by Billy Wilkie covers different ways to approach a major chord when comping in the jazz style. In this lesson you'll learn new chord substitutes as well as the music theory behind the naming of the chords. Incorporating these chord subs into your jazz playing should will add some variety to your sound. Billy also plays the chords over track 13, Gm Groove, of the Let's Jam! CD Jazz & Blues.
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Length: 15 minutes
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|Intro to Jazz Rhythm Styles||Minor Seven Flat Five Chords|
|Intro to Big Band Rhythm||Major Chord Substitutes|
|Jazz Blues Chords in F||Major vs. Major 7 Chords|
|2-5-1 Progression||Minor vs. Minor 7 Chords|
|Minor 2-5-1 Progression||G Major vs Dominant 7th Chords|
|Blues Chord Progression||Half Diminished vs Dim 7th Chords|
|Dominant Chord Substitutes||5 Jazz Chords that Expand Into 60|