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  1. Hi Steve is the original chord actually the four chord, not the tonic in the live lesson on chord substitution June 1? I was trying to figure that’s why the min 7b5 is not in this series of chords ?
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    Chord Substitutions for Jazz Guitar PDF
  3. Hello All, here is great lesson about harmony and chord substitutions and how you can use them to embelish/make your own version of songs https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/27605-lonesome-chords-a-simple-song-opens-harmonic-doors?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PGN - 071018&utm_term=PG Weekly It is a great lesson. Enjoy!?

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