Jazz guitar: Altered Chords Pt1

Altered chords are a flavour of  dominant chords, where we add certain extensions: #9,b9,#5,b5. In the example on the video I use C7 as basic chord and add the extension D#,Db,G#,Gb also as combinations.


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