Calvin Phillips

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gminorsus2 and gminor. I tried to alter the scale for the sus when I could, half way I changed the rhythm to basically be two versions of the sus2 chord. I'm gonna start experimenting with these chords. I think they can create some interesting progressions when played vertical.
Just a quick heads up, gminorsus2 doesn't exist. A sus chord implies that the third is replaced for a different note(2 or 4 usually) if it's Gminor with a second added it's a Gm9
Yeah I figured the term was wrong. But i just wanted to mention the positionings anyways. when writing them down I noticed what you said.. and thought it looked weird. Thanks for the correction. Does this mean the gminor sus4 is different title too?
 
Yeah I figured the term was wrong. But i just wanted to mention the positionings anyways. when writing them down I noticed what you said.. and thought it looked weird. Thanks for the correction. Does this mean the gminor sus4 is different title too?
Wait now I'm confused.. I dont think I played a gminor with a 2nd here. The 2nd was a substitution. I didnt actually play the full chord with the 2nd and 3rd.
 
Yeah I figured the term was wrong. But i just wanted to mention the positionings anyways. when writing them down I noticed what you said.. and thought it looked weird. Thanks for the correction. Does this mean the gminor sus4 is different title too?
Yes there is no minor or major third in sus chords so it's Gsus4, Gsus2 or G7sus2, G7sus4
 

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