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Re: Stacked Triads


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Posted by Kerry on February 24, 2000 at 15:54:00:

In Reply to: Stacked Triads posted by Shawn on February 24, 2000 at 15:41:34:

: What are stacked triads? Also, if a guitarist plays one measure of D7 can I substitute A-flat 7 for that whole measure or just on the fourth beat?

I'm not sure if you are asking about arpeggios or stacked triads. In the
example you give the D7 consists of D F# A C as the chord. To stack the
Ab7 on top would add to the mix Ab C Eb Gb(F#), the resulting chord would
be a D7b6b9, assuming the D is root. An arpeggio is the act of playing the
notes of a chord one note at a time, D F# A C for the D7, etc.

Hope this helps a little. Have Fun.




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