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Re: Stacked Triads


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Posted by Shawn on February 24, 2000 at 20:03:04:

In Reply to: Re: Stacked Triads posted by Kerry on February 24, 2000 at 15:54:00:


: : 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.

So, stacked triads is a term concerning chordal instruments and not the bass (no chords for the most part)?


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