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Practical Chord Intervals

Robert Silvia (1575) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1

This is a chart I made of intervals that I like to practice in standard tuning. I call them practical chord intervals because none of the intervals stretch more then 4 frets (making them perfect for chords) and because there are more intervals to be found on the guitar neck. I also left out intervals between the 6th and 1st string, as they are obvious. By each example Ive placed a label by the root denoting its quality, one for the interval and one for its inversion. Practice on all strings but remember that the interval between the G and B is a Major 3rd unlike all the other strings that are 4ths so simply move that note up a step. For the best results when printing right click on the image and save it to your hard drive.

As always you input is always appreciated.