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PaulV

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Reply with quote  #16 
Someone asked me about the "V-2, Color Overview of Suspended 3rd Inversion Dominant V-2" page that was just posted this month.
There are two pages Ted made for this particular V-2.  It's for unaltered Dominant 7 sus chords with the b7th in the bass.
The "Color" overview refers to extensions added to the basic b7, and 4 (11) notes.  These include 5ths, 9ths, 13ths (6ths), and 17ths (major 3rds above the 11).
(A page which will be posted in the future includes altered tones).

For page 2 I created a notation version with chord names, etc., so you could see what's going on.
But for page 1 I did not provide the notation or names - so don't be confused by that. 
It's pretty much the same stuff, except that page 1 is for the top four strings, and page 2 is for the middle four strings.  Most of the stuff of p.2 transfers almost identically for p.1.

Ted didn't make a page for the bottom four strings.  I guessing they would sound a bit muddy or perhaps hard to finger, or maybe he just left that for you to work out.

I hope this makes sense.

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