relative minor substitution
Lesson by Mike Hayes
In this video Mike explains what is the relative minor chord and how to use it to create your own chord melody parts on guitar. This step by step lesson will help you understand how this major and relative minor tonal relationship can open up a whole new world of sonic possibilities.
What Is Chord Substitution?
Chord substitution is to replace a chord by another one to add more harmonic interest to a piece, a song or a chord progression. In jazz music, this technique is widely by composers and improvisers. It can be useful to reharmonize a chord sequence or a jazz standard.
This lesson will help you better understand what is the diatonic chord substitution.