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Major, Minor and Power chords can become add2 chords. How do we do this?
What is the scale degree formula for a G5(add2) chord shown below?
What chord is this?
What is the scale degree formula for the C°7 shown below?
A diminished 7th chord is a diminished triad with a diminished 7th on top. True or false?
The notes for a G7 chord are G B D and F. What are the notes needed for a G7(sus4)?
What is the scale degree formula for a D7(sus4)?
What chord quality has the scale degree formula R b3 5 7?
Which chord below is a Gm(Maj7)?
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