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replacement chords

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teanio  
12 Dec 2007 21:51 | Quote
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sup folks. when playing a 4 tone chord, it also has a triad lieing within. and if you keep stacking 3rds on top of eachother, you find out that theres other chords also. for ex: stacking 3rds on top of eachother.
C E G B D
in this, theres a c maj. 7 as well as a e min7. for improvising, a e min 7 arp. would sound nice over a c maj. 7 chord. but is this also a replacment chord? im not sure about replacment chords and i was wondering if any one could help me out.
KicknGuitar  
16 Dec 2007 00:19 | Quote
Joined: 13 Dec 2007
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I am not familiar with this concept myself (replacement). I see that CEGBD is a C Maj 9th chord, which contains the Emin7th notes (EGBD), but I have never heard of replacement chords.


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