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Old 05-01-2013, 03:34 AM   #21
Captaincranky
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Originally Posted by Sean0913
Good catch. I thought I put that one also.

Yeah' that A over E7 not a good idea, again it creates a 4th against a major 3rd G#. Not good.

Best,

Sean
I'm more interested in suspending the 4th than I am patronizing the 3rd.

In any event, just considering open chord voicings, pretty much whichever major you choose, when you fret a 4th, it masks the 3rd anyway.

But no, it wouldn't be a good idea to land on a 4th with the 3rd being played. But as a quick passing note, why not.

Besides, that diminished chord on the 7th of the scale is nasty. Better, (IMO) to go with V, Vsus4, I.

You can suspend the I, & V chord in any key, and resolve up or down. You can also suspend the IV chord, but granted it gives you a b7th.



(I know you know this, just 2 more cents into the pot).

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