Dark Fusion

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC!

    Today we will explore the different positions and ways of playing min6, 9 and 7-5 chords, and their application in fusion and creating and intense atmosphere. The particular “dark” atmosphere created here is not something that has to do with chords it self or harmony in general, but with chord shapes and modulations created along the way. Pay attention to the way chords are strummed, same rhythmical shape is repeated throughout the whole chord sequence.

    Chord sequence is:

    C min9/6

    D min7-5

    F min7-5

    D# min6/9

    C min 6/9

    D min7-5

    F min7-5

    G# min7-5

    D min 6/9

    A min 11

    C min9

    A# min9


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