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4-Part Movable 7th Chord Forms

Published: 02 Apr 2013 Updated: 02 Apr 2013Visits: 31Code: UL37d

Topic: Chords ukulele Subjects: Chords Intermediate Jazz Core

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4-Part Movable 7th Chord Forms

Based on the open position seventh chords: A7, C7, E7, and G7. These movable seventh forms allow you to transpose the open position seventh chords to any key.

The PDF file includes a "Ukulele Fingerboard Chart for C Tuning, High or Low G."

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Movable chord forms are chords with no open strings. These chords are transposable by moving each note of the chord the same number of frets up and down the neckEach movable form is based on a common open position chord.

Movable forms allow you to play chords not found in the open position.

From these movable chord forms variations and more advanced “jazz” chords can be created and added to your chord vocabulary.

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