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what the **** is a 6th chord and where do you use them????!!!!

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jabedoo  
6 Aug 2006 15:44 | Quote
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can anyone answer that?
Chimzar  
7 Aug 2006 08:30 | Quote
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A 6th chord is a major chord with the 6th note of the scale play in it. I can't tell you where the **** they are played because it differs in different ****y music.
jabedoo  
7 Aug 2006 17:32 | Quote
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what i meant by WHERE YOU USE IT was asking if it is played like a 5th chord or a seventh chord or in between
jabedoo  
7 Aug 2006 17:42 | Quote
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Xenon623  
9 Aug 2006 22:38 | Quote
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Use them when ever you want. If it sounds right, go ahead. If you are playing a 6th chord, or any non-major or -minor chord, try to play that note in the melody. So, like, if you are playing a C6, include an A (the 6th note of the scale) somewhere in the melody while that chord is ringing.


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