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Chord Identities And Similarities
A Final Word
We have not provided you with chord charts at this time. I believe that if you build a chord yourself, you will remember that chord better. Learn the five basic forms of dominanent 7th chords. Learn the 1,3, 5 and 7 intervals of each chord. Finally, learn what note needs to be moved up or down, to form the chord you are building. For example, move the 3rd degree down a fret to make a minor chord, or up a fret to make a suspended 4th chord. While you are learning this method, use the WholeNote database. Also, there are many lessons here at WholeNote to help you, lessons by Robert Denman, Charles Gacsi, Christopher Sung, Bruce Maag and many other members.