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rodomans

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Hi everybody,
I'm Rudy from Italy, long time lurker of this forum and first time poster here 😉!

I was wondering if any of you guys could point me out to Ted's studies, exercises or exploration of what I would define "ambient, modern" voicings for lack of a better term. I talk about open chord, spread voicings, minimalist chords, suspended, 9ths.

Any ideas if he ever wrote any specific study/ diagram/ lesson for these ideas?

Thanks a lot!
Rudy

 

klasaine

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The short answer - yes. The longer and less satisfying answer - they're hidden within other lesson pages.
Look for modal voicings, spread voicings, add9, m9, modern, etc. while you're searching through the lessons.
Focus on the section, 'Chord Studies' ... http://www.tedgreene.com/teaching/chords.asp
Also look into the 'fundamentals' section.

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rodomans

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thanks for the pointer, I'll try and look for those keywords!

 

 

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...and don't forget about the section in "Chord Studies" called "Bass-Enhanced Triads"
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rodomans

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thanks again there will be some gold mining to do tonight!
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