8 Awesome 3-Note Jazz Chord Voicings and How to Use Them

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You probably see jazz chords as chord voicings with lots of notes, alterations and extensions which makes them big and difficult to play. But actually most of the time when I am comping or playing chord melody I am using 3-note voicings. It is amazing how rich and diverse you can still sound just using 3 notes and most of those are pretty easy to play!!

In this video I am going to go over 8 types of 3-note voicings including different ways to use shell-voicings, upper-structure triads, quartal voicings, sus chords and different types of cluster-like interval structures.

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Jens Larsen - MU Educator

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