How To: Use tritone chord substitutions in jazz guitar

Use tritone chord substitutions in jazz guitar

This free video guitar lesson discusses tritone chord substitution. In short, when a dominant 7th chord is functioning, it can be substituted by a dominant chord that is a tritone or augmented fourth away from its root. For more information, and to get started playing tritone chord substitutions on your own guitar, watch helpful jazz tutorial.

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Very nice video. It was explained well so that guitarists everywhere can use and understand it. Karen Kohl

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