Back Chord

I am sudden, but there is the back chord which I "can replace" matching with it on the seventh chord by all means.

It is written , which I "replace a chord with a common sound with "delicious constitution sound such as 3rd and m7th of the seventh chord to fall under to determine the character of the chord" as back chord and can use" to the commercial theory book.

To be frank, I may think it to be "please speak Japanese". This lecture respects practice. When "the seventh chord has one another chord which I can replace" simply, please learn it briefly.

How to look for back chords

"V7 and bII7 when I laid it are introduced to the theory book of the piano with back chord with a seventh chord to fall" under somehow.

When I look for back chord with a guitar, I am more visual.

5string route -o
6string route o-

I learn the form mentioned above. For example, in V7 of the C major diagram tonic, the G7, "six three string frets" are root sounds. The back chord of this fellow is Db7, and "five four string frets" are seventh chords of the root sound.

As for the form of five string routes of the G7, "five ten string frets" are root sounds. Db7 is "six nine string frets".

Would you have you understand it? The back chord is fixed at the position where is in a bad next string, Even if it is five string routes even if seventh chord 6 is a string route, I learn "the form that seems to be the hole of the nose of the hippopotamus which was able to mind slant" mentioned above and can easily investigate back chord, and it is possible for replacing it.

Back chord music example

A straight! The progress example that I used back chord for

A straight! The progress example that I used back chord for

A fusion tick! The progress example that I used a tension chord for

A fusion tick! The progress example that I used a tension chord for

Chestnut Xie who came out by the time of the last fraction chord. Not only the baseline but also the most high-pitched tone lowers by semitone. A frequent appearance pattern.

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