Chord replacement works when the substitute chord contains the third and seventh of the original chord. In this lesson, we'll discuss more about replacing tritones by 26% more. We can reharmonize any chord progression in almost any style of music. Chord substitutions can be described as what I like to call new harmonies with the same function.
However, this isn't necessarily something in black and white, as you'll see throughout this lesson. This will give you the opportunity to study the jazz piano chord voices that I use in this lesson a little more closely. The full video lesson, the full score and a total of 26 hours of jazz piano arrangements are included in The Premium Membership Course. This technique will work particularly well with dominant chords, but eventually you'll be able to apply it to just about any type of jazz piano chord.