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Are you looking to add some variety to your standard chord progressions?  Cool chords that add spice and keep you playing for hours?  Then you're ready for extended chords...

Extended chords are written with letters and numbers.  You've probably run into them at some point.  Chords like Gadd9, CM7, and Em7...

And now you can level up your vocabulary of extended chords by adding Chord Dice PRO to your guitar playing...

Take A Look At Chord Dice PRO In Action

It's really as easy as matching numbers...

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Finally! Music theory you can touch and manipulate.  Don't like a sound? No worries!  Just roll the dice and see what happens.  There's no real rules here...

Some sounds will be an acquired taste, kind of like coffee...

So resist the urge to keep playing standard chords and start adding some extensions.  Your ears will start to reward you with a whole world of new and interesting possibilities...

It's A Total Hands On Approach For Guitar Players

Here's a set of Chord Dice in the Key of C Major and a set of Chord Dice PRO working hard to give you new and interesting chord progressions...

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You're looking at the red Chord Dice in the key of C Major.  They've been placed on our Rhythm Guide so you can see a standard progression...

Each tube of Chord Dice PRO comes with 3 dice that work with all chords numbered 1, 4, and 5.  You also get 3 dice that work with all chords numbered 2, 3, 6, and 7...

All the music theory is baked into the Chord Dice and Chord Dice PRO, so all you have to do is match the numbers and strum a new chord...

Just Match The Numbers

And strum the suggested extended chord...

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Chord Dice and Chord Dice PRO handle all the heavy lifting when it comes to music theory, so you can start making music in an instant...

The extended chords have a letter, a descriptor, and a number. The letter tells you the root note of the chord...

The descriptor includes information like a lowercase/uppercase m, 'sus' short for sustained, the word 'add'...

The numbers tell you which notes are being included/excluded from the chord...

 

Spice Up A Chord In Any Key Like A Boss

The white Chord Dice PRO work with all your Chord Dice...

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My first extended chord was not on purpose.  It was an accident.  I was holding my dad's guitar way back when and I had no clue what I was doing...

I wasn't trying to play anything.  I was just strumming all 6 strings like a banshee. Spinning my arm like Pete Townshend's famous windmill strumming pattern...

Secretly I was hoping the thing would just play itself...

Fast forward a decade...

And I learn it's an actual chord named E minor 7 add 11 or Em7add11.  It's a mouthful. And it sounds so sophisticated...

The funny thing is "E minor 7 add 11" only sounds complicated.  It's really the easiest chord to strum on the guitar...

Because "E minor 7 add 11" is kinda like 7-Eleven...

It's always open!

And it's one of the chords you'll know how to use in your progressions when you play Chord Dice PRO...

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