|Sus and Add Chords, Part 1: Chord Voicings
Sus and Add Chords, Part 1: Chord Voicings
The chords known as sus (suspended) and add chords can add a contemporary sound to your chord voicings. You’ve played a few of them in some of the previous lessons, but in this lesson, Scott goes through sus and add chords in the guitar-friendly keys of C, G, D, A, and D. He also explains the difference between, for instance, a sus2 and an add9 chord: sus chords replace the third of a major chord with the second or fourth step (as in a 7sus4) chord, while an add9 adds the second degree of the scale to the full triad, which includes the third.
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