Moving Voice. Notice the movement on the third string going through the rest of the notes in the chord.
Now reverse direction with the above chords. Go in the opposite direction.
Remember to point the 1st finger to the left when starting this pattern. Tuck elbow in. Rotate hand to the left.
Note:This chord pattern is similiar to lesson "Moving Voice #1". The fingering is the same. The only difference is where you start.
If your are in the key of Dm, the chords Dm, Dmaj7, Dm6, Dm are at times interchangeable. Sometimes Dm, Dm7, Dm6, may be utilized in same manner.
If using the dominant seventh chord, G7, you may substitute the Dm6 for G7 or G9. If you consider it like a G9, there would be no root present in this fingering. Chord pattern could be Dm7 followed with Dm6. This would be like a II7 to a V9 progression.
Use any rhythm strumming patten you like when playing this pattern. Play the same chord for 1 measure (4 beats), three beats, two beats, and then only one beat. This is where you hear the driving force of the moving voice.
Tab will be used on this lesson, commencing on page 3.