Pete B. wrote:I have a guitar out in the car for m'Monday night-er... I'll give it a whirl later this morning, but off the top of my head, that's an F# natural not an F#m... Just kidding!!!
Seriously, off the top of my head i don't hear an F#m there.
e --2--- --2----
b --3--- --2---
g --2--- --2---
d --4--- --4---
a --5--- --4---
E --x--- --2---
Pete B. wrote:O.K. Sorry Man, My initial thought was wrong... That F#m works great in that spot as a sub for C#m. I tried it multiple times last night with the Trio. The thing is that it shares the Key note, C#. Nice.
Stevo123 wrote:I like the F#m myself. I think the C#m sounds deceivingly right because of the strength of the descent to the C#. It's highlighted so much in the bass and the lead guitar line that it can sound o.k. there. However, the C#m makes the passage a little too symmetrical and weak sounding. Dmaj7 can work as a sub because it contains the F#m triad within it.
strumminsix wrote:...But I still think the F#m is the proper chord while you think it's an ok sub
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