#1
since sus chords have neither a minor or major tonality, can you replace a common chord from two different scales (say one was major one was minor) with a sus chord?

also wouldn't this be much more useful if you were modulating to the parallel minor? (as
you could replace the two chord with a sus chords and continue on)
Last edited by WishfulShredder at Jan 2, 2009,
#2
Yes.

Try this:

D
Dsus4
G

Not only do your fingers flow marvellously into it, but it sounds pretty damned good too.

Edit:
I know it's still in the same key, but it's an example. If the sus chord links in nicely between the scales it should sound fine. Examine the notes, break down your chords and see how things go.
Last edited by colohue at Jan 2, 2009,