I want to just play triads of the 9th chord and I’ll give you a few possibilities here. Also, how they tie together with VI chord triads. They work really nice together. For example, you’ve probably heard something like That kind of sound. Well, what is that? That’s not what I would think of that as a VI chord. Now, an interesting, cool thing here, and you hear this a lot in Chicago blues. What you have is if you move this down Wow. What do we have here? That’s a 9th chord. We have our flat 7, our 9 and our 5th and they work quite nicely together. Let’s hear how that sounds against our backing track so you can kind of get an idea of how effective these chords and how wonderful they sound in this context. Let’s get our backing track.
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