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What Good is a Diminished Chord? 1.0.0

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Many players know how major, minor, and dominant seventh chords fit into music because they use them all the time.  But, often, they are perplexed at the diminished chord.  Unlike major and minor chords, the diminished chord is an unstable chord - meaning that it needs to be resolved to some other chord.  It is because of this “need to be resolved” that it is so helpful and can be used in all kinds of musical situations to get from one chord to another.

 

Learn how to take a bland progression and make it amazing by using a few diminished chords. 

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