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Hi. I am going through the lightbulb moment lesson for the second time. In part 2, we learn the 7 notes  starting on the ninth fret of string three. The notes are EFGABCD.  How do I determine the chords that sound good with that?

 
Thanks   Debbie R 
 
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3 hours ago, drichers said:

Hi. I am going through the lightbulb moment lesson for the second time. In part 2, we learn the 7 notes  starting on the ninth fret of string three. The notes are EFGABCD.  How do I determine the chords that sound good with that?

 
Thanks   Debbie R 
 

I would recommend going over the course Instantly know the right chords or how to play any chord anywhere on the neck.

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  • 2 months later...

Debbie, Jonathan has very cleverly developed the 5-note pattern which is really box 2 of Am pentatonic into a C major scale by adding two additional notes. The keynote is C #6 on the first string.  Try a C major backing track over this 7-note pattern.  An Am backing track will also work because C is the relative major of Am and they contain the same notes, just in a different order.  Once you understand this you can easily move the pattern to other keys.

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