Signature Rhodes Chords: Part 2

The second voicing in my series of Rhodes chords is a suspended F chord with a flatted ninth. The flatted ninth might also be referred to as a minor second because I’m playing it right next to the root. You could also call this an A flat thirteen over F. I’m not sure what the most correct way to write this chord is, but the minor second and suspended note (B flat) seem to dominate the harmonic structure.

Rhodes Chord F Sus (flat 9)


3 thoughts on “Signature Rhodes Chords: Part 2

  1. Eb-6/9

    (adding the note Eb to the chord doesn’t change it’s character as much as adding an Ab… that’s why I guess)

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