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Learning Your Chords

Joseph Salinas (229) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2

The notes are open E(open 6th string),F(1st fret),F# or Gb(2nd fret),G(3rd fret),G# or Ab(4th fret),A(5th fret),A# or Bb(6th fret),B(7th fret),C(8th fret),C# or Bb(9th fret),D(10th fret),D# or Eb(11th fret),E(12th fret), so then if I play a A major7th my position of course is the fifth fret or if I played a Bb my position is the sixth fret,easy enough and of course sharp's are up the neck and flats are down,like I said easy to understand so let's get started;here are the major,7 th,minor,minor 7 th, and major 7 th in "A" .
A-major
A 7 th
A-minor
A- minor 7 th
try this A maj 7 th.
A maj 7 th