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#2060476 - 04/06/13 06:10 PM Help with Some Chords!
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So I am a piano student and I have composed a song and I want it to have an acid jazz vibe, the chords of my verses are Gmaj7, Dmaj7, Fmaj7 and Cmaj7. Can you guys tell me various chords that can follow up in the bridge that don't make harsh changes to sing? *In my normal bridge it changed to Gbmaj7, Abm7,Gbmaj7,Gmaj7 but I get out of tune chaging from verse to bridge.)

I appreciate you help guys!

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#2060843 - 04/07/13 04:11 PM Re: Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
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Try Bb.
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#2060853 - 04/07/13 04:28 PM Re: Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
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ty! any other chords?

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#2060943 - 04/07/13 06:50 PM Re: Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
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Maybe add a D7#9 leading into the G maj?

Just an idea, although you don't really have any dominant chords in there, so maybe you'd like to keep that style.

The chords sound very interesting when played
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#2061063 - 04/07/13 11:03 PM Re: Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
Danny44 Offline
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Wow that is actually very interesting, ill try that! Thank you laugh

Any one else that can help me with more chords that match well for my bridge & chorus?

I appreciate your help!

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#2061176 - 04/08/13 07:40 AM Re: Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
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Try a DbMaj7add9

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#2063820 - 04/13/13 01:35 AM Help with Some Chords! [Re: Danny44]
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Originally Posted By: Danny44
. . . I have composed a song and I want it to have an acid jazz vibe . . .

Welcome to the Forums. Am I missing part of this thread? Is there an actual melody somewhere that goes along with the partial circle-of-fifths that you mention, or does this “song” consist solely of chords so far?

(What’s throwing me off is that Ben responded as if he actually understands what you are asking.) Maybe one needs to be into that acid jazz vibe about which I have heard so much?

Ed
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