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Core Ukulele Chords - Sevenths

A core set of basic movable seventh chords.

PUBLISHED: Jul 19, 2013 UPDATED: Dec 3, 2018 • VIEWS: 24 • LESSON CODE: UL700c

Instruments: ukulele Subjects: intermediateadvancedchordscoretriads

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Core Ukulele Chords - Sevenths

These chords are movable chord forms based on core 4-part seventh chords and triads with duplicated and/or omitted notes.

The first four seventh chords on the chart are the four seventh chords that are used to build ALL - yes all of your 4-part contemporary chords, commonly called jazz chords

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