MM – Chord Chart

 

How to Read the Chart

If it just has a letter next to it (ex: “C”) that means it’s major

If it has an “m” after the letter, that means it’s a minor chord. (ex: “Cm”)

If there’s a “7″ without an “m” that means it’s a dominant 7th chord, or a major chord with a flatted 7th. (ex: “C7″)

If it has both an “m” and a “7″ next to it, that means it’s a minor 7th chord, which we will talk about next week. (ex: “Cm7″)

Practice these chords using the chart below!

-Zachpianoitall chord chartpianoitall chord chart

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