Diminished as a 7b9 Chord (Jazz Guitar Lesson JA-029) How to play
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Justin's Completely Free Jazz Guitar Lessons. This is Lesson JA-029.
In this guitar lesson we look at the jazz theory concept of using a diminished chord as a 7b9 chord. You should probably check out the jazz lesson series on the web site if you are getting stuck with the concepts here - and there are notes about this lesson there too - and I think it is easier to read some of this stuff than listen - helps you understand it faster, imho.
It's kind of a chord substitution (you'll often see it called that) but I think it is more just using a shape a different way, it's not really a substitution in the proper sense of the word... more on the web site about that!
Find the related course notes on the following link:
Taught by Justin Sandercoe.
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