This is second in a series of videos describing the Berklee Chord Scale method and how it can apply to constructing chord voicings. In this video, I briefly review the last lesson, cover some specific exceptions to the rules governing tensions/scale degrees, and go on to introduce secondary dominant chord scales.

Here is Part I…

Check out a Chord Scale primer and list of all the diatonic chord scales below.

Also, be sure and check out this list of Secondary Dominant chord scales.

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