Play like the Allman Brothers and Neil Young with Flatted III, VI, and VII Chords

Posted by Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers If you’re working on a song that uses the I, IV, and V, try substituting the bVII for the V to give the progression a different feel. Advertisement In general, you can use the bVII to add zing to a progression otherwise made up of diatonic chords. For instance, the … Continue reading Play like the Allman Brothers and Neil Young with Flatted III, VI, and VII Chords