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What You Really Need

Jeremy Cotton (7938) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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Em chords also have "G"'s in them. "G" is the third of the chord. (in other words, G is 3 notes from E). E is actually a minor third from G (three half steps)...this is important because the third "colors" the chord. Her is Em and E major-notice that although only one note is different, the chords sound very different.
Em
E major