The Diminished Chords are often causing a lot of people trouble, and that is a shame because there are so many amazing sounding progressions that use diminished chords and you can make beautiful chord progressions with them as well.
In this video, I am going to show you the two main categories of dim chords and how you can use diminished chords in some great sounding progressions.
It isn’t that difficult there are just a lot of people telling you to think stuff on dim chords that don’t fit with what you hear, and that is probably getting in your way.
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00:27 The Two Types of dim chords
01:41 Dominant Diminished
02:16 Common Dominant Diminished Progressions
04:28 Subdominant Diminished
05:20 Resolving Diminished Problems
05:53 Common #IV dim progressions
07:32 Soloing over Diminished Chords
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