Jonny May

Transform how you comp (accompany) over Dominant 7 chords in a jazz or blues tune. We explore how to build chords with extensions, most common positions, groove patterns, & jamming with a band.

Course Objectives
  • Learn the Function of the Dominant Chord
  • Discover Extensions and Voicings for C, F and G
  • Now try Combining chords
  • Explore it on the Blues
  • Add the root-fifth on top
Learning Focus
  • Analysis
  • Chords

Course Lessons

Coloring Dominant Chords – Extensions 1 – Lesson 1

Dominant 7 Chords Explained, Extensions, 2 Dominant Voicings

Coloring Dominant Chords – Extensions 1 – Lesson 2

F7 Extensions & Voicings; G7 Extensions & Voicings

Coloring Dominant Chords – Extensions 1 – Lesson 3

Combining Chords Option 1, Various Grooves

Coloring Dominant Chords – Extensions 1 – Lesson 4

Combining Chords Option 2, Adding the Root or 5th On Top, Q&A

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