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Artificial Harmonics: Chord Shapes

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Lesson Excerpt: The chords that are used in this example are the following: Bmin7add4 Bbmaj7#4 Cmaj69 C7b5  The voicings used within this example are not typical outside of this technique although they do have theoretical relevance. The main thing to note...

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