Chords & Arpeggios
In this lesson, we'll be learning a third type of chord. They're called dominant chords, and they share some similarities to major chords—but each one has an additional note that causes exciting dissonance and tension. These chords are often used to create strong anticipation for another chord that follows.
Guitarist Nicholas Tozier takes gives us a basic look at what minor triads are and how to implement them to colorize our chord and arpeggio progressions.