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What You Really Need

Jeremy Cotton (7938) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

First of all, if a chord just has a letter without any numbers (or lowercase "m"), it is a major chord. An E major chord has an "E" in it. "E" is the root of the chord. The root gives the chord it's name, and is usally (but not always) the lowest note in the chord. Here is E again and then the "E"'s separately.
E
E's only


note that our chord sounds pretty plain.