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comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
Thanks :D /tooshort
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comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
What's an inversion?
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comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
I don't have a piano handy - I'm playing the notes on the guitar. I'm afraid to say I still don't understand what you're trying to say -- If we're starting on 'G' and go up 8 steps in G-major, C-major, F-major or any other scale I've tried, you end up on G! C maj: C D E F G A B C D E F G - Eight steps apart from the major scale (TTSTTTS). Am I doing something wrong?
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comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
I can put the G up the G-major scale to C, then a C up the C-major scale to F, but I get confused when you say "Essentially you have the outline of a G7sus4". You mean these three notes would make up a G7sus4 - why is this? Then you start talking about things being an octave up which completely throws me off - anything an octave up is surely itself? G and octave up is G, C and octave up is C.
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comment Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords
The last paragraph there confused me a little bit - was my talk of pushing the third down to a second for sus2 and up to a fourth for sus4 correct?
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asked Scale modification in sus2 and sus4 chords