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Chord Theory and Construction

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Through learning guitar chords theory, you will be able to understand how chords on
the guitar are constructed, and thus have a better understanding of guitar theory in
general.
As a beginner guitarist, this is not that relevant, but as you advance in your guitar
studies, you will want to do more than just play chords, youll want to understand why
your favorite songs sound the way they do, experiment with new chords, and with time,
write you own songs.
To be able to understand how guitar chords are constructed, youll have to first be
familiar with the major scale and its intervals. If you dont know the major scale on the
guitar yet, I suggest you read about it, otherwise chord theory will not be
understandable.

Major Chords (Major Triads)


A guitar chord contains at least 3 notes. These 3 note chords are called triads. A major
triad (major chord) uses 3 notes from the major scale, the Root (1), the 3rd degree note
(3) and the 5th degree note (5). These notes will make up all major chords on the major
scale, with the root note defining the label of the chord (what its called, for example, C
major, G major, etc.).
Major Chord = I-III-V degree notes of the major scale
Now, if you look on the "boxed" E string major scale, the first occurance of the 3rd and
5th lie on the same string, so to create a chord where all 3 notes can ring out, we need to
use the higher 3rd on the G string.
To understand this, lets have a look at the most well known major scale shape, rooting on
a G note on the low E string.

Remember the G major fingering?

As we just learned, the 1st, 3rd and 5th degree notes make up a major chord. Since our
root note is the G, its 3rd degree will be a B, and its 5th degree will be a D.

1 W 2 W 3 H 4 W 5 W 6 W 7 H 8(1)
=
G W A W B H C W D W E W F# H G
Now have a look at the scale shape again, notice the fingering, and that even the open D
and G strings are in the triad, since the 1st and 5th degree notes at fret 5 of strings A
and D are the same as their neighboring open strings.
If you were to use this same scale shape and play the G major chord as a bar chord, you
would be using these notes from the major scale, resulting in a higher voicing of the G
major chord:

This triad is of course applicable on all major scale shapes, so if you were to use a shape
that roots on the A string, you would apply the 1st 3rd and 5th degree notes and get the
major chord, as with this C chord:

Again, remember the C major fingering, and recognize thats it is the triad pattern in the
major scale. The open strings are triad notes as well. If you take the same scale to a
higher voicing, you will arrive at the C major bar chord.

Minor Chords
Minor chords, or minor triads are constructed the same way, the difference is the minor
sound, which is always a flat third degree note in minor triads:
Minor Chord = I b III - V degree notes
So minor chords are the root note, a flattened third note (1 semitone below the regular
3rd degree) and the fifth note of the major scale.
As such, lets return to our original G major chord example, and transform it into a G
minor chord. We have to flatten the 3rd degree note, which brings us to a small limitation
of the G minor chord, since the non-bar minor chord fingering is hard to produce, so we
mostly use the minor bar chord fingering:

The same applies to the C, we simple use a flattened third to sound a minor C chord:

Suspended (Sus) Chords


You have probably played suspended chords already, not its time to find out how they are
built. With suspended, the 3rd degree note is left out of the triad, and is replaced by the
note specified by the chord, which will be either a 2nd or 4th degree note on the major
scale:
Sus4 Chord = I IV - V degree notes
Sus2 Chord = I II - V degree notes
Lets return to the G bar chord example again, and transform the G major bar chord into a
Sus4 chord. We know that the interval on the major scale between the 3rd and 4th
degree notes is 1 semitone (half-note), so if we would be transforming a major chord that
uses third degree notes, we would have to simply move up from the 3rd degree note one
semitone to the 4th degree note to construct a Sus4 chord.
So to put it simply, we replaced the 3rd by the 4th note in the major scale.

Try arpeggiating it, than play the major chord. Youll see that the sus4 chord will sound
unfinished by itself, but if you resolve to the major, itll be just right.
Try this with other chords as well, for example the D major and the Dsus4. Try hammering
onto the 4th degree and pulling back onto the major triad 3rd degree.

Augmented Chords
Augmented chords are triads as well, which means that they will contain 3 notes from the
major scale. Augmented chords are used in jazz and blues very often, so if this is your
musical style, youll love these chords.
Augmented chords are similar to major chords, with the exception that the 5th degree is
raised 1 semitone (half-note), so its a sharp 5th note on the major scale.
Augmented Chord = I III - #V degree notes
Looking at the G chord again, the augmented chord shape will look like this:

Notice that we leave the B and E strings out of this chord shape. This is because it would
be too hard to finger, but since these notes are already played in this voicing, there is no
problem if we omit them. If you wanted to arpeggiate this chord, you could use the
omitted notes, since you wont have to hold down every string during an arpeggio. Try it
out!

Alternatively, if we wanted a higher voicing of the G augmented chord, we could play


these notes instead:

So all youll need to remember, is that augmented chords have a sharpened 5th degree
note, as compared to major chords. And as always, you can use this anywhere on the
fretboard, as long as you stick to the predefined intervals.

Diminished Chords
Diminished chords are made up of 3 notes as well, so they are triads. They resemble
minor chords, in that they have a flattened 3rd degree, the difference is that their 5th
degree note is flat as well.
Diminished Chord = I bIII - bV degree notes
Let's look at a diminished chord built around the E-shape (E string root note)

Again, notice how we omit the notes on the 2 highest strings, simply because it would be
impossible to finger as a chord. But again, as with the augmented chord, if you wanted to
play an arpeggio over this chord, you could use the notes on the strings you would
otherwise omit from the chord fingering.

So all-in-all, a diminished chord is just a minor chord with a flat 5th degree. This is the
easiest way to remember it, just like with the augmented chord, which is a major chord
with a sharp 5th degree.

7th Chords
Weve been covering triads until now, but of course there are chords that have more than
3 notes. The first set of chords well look at are 7th chords.
Why are they called 7th? Because the fourth added note, will be the seventh degree note
on the major scale. Pretty simple!
7th chords have several variations, as did the triads, lets have a look one-by-one.

Major 7 chords
Major 7 chords are pretty straight forward, they are merely major chords with an added
7th note. These chords are used in jazz very often.
Major 7 Chord = I III V VII degree notes
So if you know the major scale (and you should already), constructing 7th chords are
simple. Lets look at the G example again:

So this is a G Major 7 or Gmaj7. Notice that to add the 7th degree note to the otherwise
major chord shape, we moved 1 semitone lower from fret 5 string D, which was a G note.
Of course, this is not a problem, since it was a second root and there are still 2 other
instances of the G note in the shape.
This is another aspect of building chords that youll instinctively get familiar with, once
you know the major scale and the chord equations, in that youll have to sacrifice
notes, that would otherwise still be in the chord, since you need to replace them to make

room for notes you could otherwise not add. You could get many-many voicings of the
same chord, just from playing around with this.

Dominant 7 Chords
Well look at the dominant 7 chord next. The only difference from the major 7 chord is
that the dominant 7 uses a flat 7th degree note. Youll come across dominant chords
often, so just remember that whenever a chord is dominant, it will have a flat 7th degree
note.
Dominant 7 Chord = I III V bVII degree notes
Another important thing about dominant chords, is their notation. When you see G7 for
example, it means G dominant 7. There is no added notation between the letter and the
number. So unless otherwise noted with a maj prefix, if you just see 7 beside a root
note, it will mean a flattened 7th note.
Lets look at our classic G chord example. But no we cant, the fingering wouldnt work.
Instead, well revert to the open string G chord, and turn it into a G7 by adding the
flattened seventh note from the major scale:

Minor 7 Chords
Minor 7 chords are similar to the dominant 7 chord above, the only difference is the
flattened 3rd degree note, transforming the chord minor into a minor chord. Remember
that if a chord has a flat 3rd degree, it will be a minor chord.
Minor 7 Chord = I bIII V bVII degree notes
We can return to the G bar chord again, it would look like this:

The notation for minor 7th chords, with the G as our example, will bes G minor 7 or Gm7.
Again, if you would want to play an arpeggio based on the notes of this chord, you could
use every note the chord uses, so the 1st, flat 3rd, 5th and flat 7th notes along the
shape. Remember, as long as you stick to the intervals as specified, you will play the
correct note.

Augmented 7 chords
Augmented 7th chords are similar to the augmented triads we learned about earlier, the
only difference is that well be adding a fourth note, as with all 7th chords. Now if youll
remember, the augmented triad was the 1st, 3rd and sharp 5th degree notes. To turn this
into an augmented 7 chord, well have to add a flat 7th degree note.
Augmented 7 Chord = I III #V bVII degree notes
We cant demonstrate using the good old G, so well use string A fret 3, a C note as our
root, and build the chord from there. Remember that its all about intervals. If you have
your root, just count the intervals along the strings, and youll have the chord.

The above diagram is thus a C Augmented 7 (also written Caug7). Its a bit tricky to
finger, since you have to hold a bar across the third fret, try it out. Alternatively, as with
all our chords, you could arpeggiate the notes of the chord.

So just remember, augmented refers to the augmented triad, and the 7 refers to the
flat 7th note added to the triad.

Half Diminished Chords


Half diminished chords are 7th degree chords, and include the root, flat 3rd and flat 5th
just like a regular diminished triad, but also adding a flat 7th note.
Half Diminished Chord = I bIII bV bVII degree notes
Sticking with the G, it would look like this:

The above is written as Gm7b5. Just remember the denotation, its actually easier to see
whats going on with this chord from the written notation, since the m is short for
minor, meaning a flat 3rd, the 7 means a flat 7th, and the b5 means flat 5th.

Diminished 7 chords
Diminished 7th chords are based on the diminished triad, as the first 3 notes are I, bIII,
bV, but youll also be adding a double flat 7th note.
Diminished 7 Chord = I bIII bV bbVII degree notes
Yes, double flat! You flatten the 7th degree note twice, so it would actually be a 6th
degree note, but most musicians use the double flat notation, since its a 7th chord and
is easier to remember this way.
You may be thinking "well, that double flatted 7th is now in the position of the 6th note in
the major scale" - well you're absolutely right, but in this context with the 5th being
flattened into a diminished position, the rules of music take over to highlight the context,
a double-flatted 7th note, a diminished 7th in relation to the natural dominant 7th
position (which was a flat 7th to begin with!)
Lets look at an example, well use the C root, so this will be a C diminished 7 (Cdim7):

As you can see, neither of the E strings are used in this fingering. If you were to play an
arpeggio over the notes of this chord, you could use the relevant notes on the E strings
without problem.

Extended Chords
Now that weve looked over triads, which have 3 notes, and 7th chords, which have 4
notes, we will touch on chords that use even more notes. These are called extended
notes. Extended chords are used to create fuller sounding chords.
First of all, youll need to know the order of chord tones. As you know, the musical
alphabet starts over 1 octave above the root, so when we reach the 8th degree on the
major scale, we start the numbering over, since the 8th degree will be the original root
note 1 octave higher, the 9th degree would be the 2nd note, the 10th degree would be
the 3rd note, the 11th degree the 4th note, the 12th degree the 5th note, the 13th
degree the 6th note
So to make it short, the cycle looks like this:
1

11

13

Root

3rd

5th

7th

9th

11th

13th

(4th)

(6th)
Chord Tone Order

When you construct extended chords, you can use the 9th, 11th (4th), and 13th (6th)
degree notes as well.

Youll need to remember, that when you see a notation for a chord, only the highest
degree is noted. So if you had to build a G9 chord, you would know that it contains every
degree up till the 9th note on the major scale note, like this:
1

b7

Root

3rd

5th

flat 7th

9th

ADD chords
Contrary to the above, if we cannot add all of the notes to a chord and have to leave one
out of the natural progression as per the major scale, we call these chords add chords.
For example, an add9 chord will have the following interval pattern:
Add9 Chord = I III V IX degree notes

11th and 13th chords


Once we start pumping in more and more notes, we will inevitably run into more and
more tones that we just cannot have in the chord, if we want to play the higher degree
notes as well. What to do?

As a rule of thumb, youll usually want to leave out the 5th degree note when this
happens.

The more notes you add, the more likely that one of the notes will unharmonious
with the rest of the chord. Just leave that note out. Remember, that if it sounds good,
it is good!

With 13th chords, we usually leave the 11th degree note out.

Chord Progression
You can get really inventive with a bit of strumming and chord progressions. The
following is a quick rundown, but I urge you to learn some chord progression theory, it'll
take you far.

There are some very famous chord progressions, such as the I-IV-V chord progression,
and its really easy to make up your own progressions. All you need to do is know the key
you want to play in, and be familiar with the modes of the major scale.

Example chord progressions:

Key of C, I-IV-V chord progression: I = C, IV = F, V = G

Key of G, I-IV-V chord progression: I = G, IV = D, V = C

Key of C, 1-III IV-V chord progression: I = C, III = Em, IV = F, V = G (Notice


that III was an E minor chord, since the III degree is minor)

Key of A, I-VI-IV-V chord progression: I = A, VI = F#m, IV = D, V = E (Again,


notice that VI was an F# minor chord, since the III degree is minor)

SOURCE:
http://www.theguitarlesson.com/guitartheory/guitar-chords/chord-theory/

ALL OF CHORDS
Welcome to our growing library of free guitar chords. Browse the chords and download
the respective guitar chord chart if you like. Remember, the more chords and voicings
you're familiar with, the wider your playing field will become as well. It's also a good idea
to learn chord construction, so you understand why you play the notes specified with
each chord.
If you are not familiar with how to read chord charts, watch this video.

A G U I TA R C H O R D S

Aadd9 chord

Aaug chord

Ab5 chord

Adim chord

Asus4 chord

A Major Add 9

A Augmented (+)

A Flat 5

A Diminished

A Suspended 4

A11 chord

A13 chord

A6-9 chord

A6 chord

A Add 11

A 13

A Major 6 / 9

A6

A7-aug-b9 chord

A7-aug chord

A7 chord

A7-sharp-9

A7-sus4 chord

A Dominant 7

A Dominant 7

A Dominant

chord

A Dominant 7

A5 chord
A Power
Chord

A G U I TA R C H O R D S

Aadd9 chord

Aaug chord

Ab5 chord

Adim chord

Asus4 chord

A Major Add 9

A Augmented (+)

A Flat 5

A Diminished

A Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

A7b5 chord
A Dominant 7 flat 5

A7b9 chord
A Dominant 7 flat
9

A Dominant 7
Sharp 9

A9-aug
chord

A9 chord

A9

A Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

A9-sharp-11 chord
A Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Am-maj7
A9b5 chord

Am chord

chord

Am11 chord

Am6-9 chord

A Dominant 9 Flat 5

A Minor

A Minor

A Minor 11

A Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Am7b5
Am6 chord

Am7 chord

chord

Am9 chord

Am9-maj7 chord

A Minor 6

A Minor 7

A Minor 7

A Minor 9

A Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Amaj7b5
Amaj chord

Amaj7 chord

chord

Amaj9 chord

A Major

A Major 7

A Major 7

A Major 9

Flat 5

B G U I TA R C H O R D S

Badd9 chord

Baug chord

Bb5 chord

Bdim chord

Bsus4 chord

B Major Add 9

B Augmented (+)

B Flat 5

B Diminished

B Suspended 4

B11 chord

B13 chord

B6-9 chord

B6 chord

B Add 11

B 13

B Major 6 / 9

B6

B7-aug-b9 chord

B7-aug chord

B7 chord

B7-sharp-9

B7-sus4 chord

B Dominant 7

B Dominant 7

B Dominant

chord

B Dominant 7

B5 chord
B Power
Chord

A G U I TA R C H O R D S

Aadd9 chord

Aaug chord

Ab5 chord

Adim chord

Asus4 chord

A Major Add 9

A Augmented (+)

A Flat 5

A Diminished

A Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

B7b5 chord
B Dominant 7 flat 5

B7b9 chord
B Dominant 7 flat
9

B Dominant 7
Sharp 9

B9-aug
chord

B9 chord

B9

B Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

B9-sharp-11 chord
B Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Bm-maj7
B9b5 chord

Bm chord

chord

Bm11 chord

Bm6-9 chord

B Dominant 9 Flat 5

B Minor

B Minor

B Minor 11

B Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Bm7b5
Bm6 chord

Bm7 chord

chord

Bm9 chord

Bm9-maj7 chord

B Minor 6

B Minor 7

B Minor 7

B Minor 9

B Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Bmaj7b5
Bmaj chord

Bmaj7 chord

chord

Bmaj9 chord

B Major

B Major 7

B Major 7

B Major 9

Flat 5

C G U I TA R C H O R D S

Cadd9 chord

Caug chord

Cb5 chord

Cdim chord

Csus4 chord

C Major Add 9

C Augmented (+)

C Flat 5

C Diminished

C Suspended 4

C11 chord

C13 chord

C6-9 chord

C6 chord

C Add 11

C 13

C Major 6 / 9

C6

C7-aug-b9 chord

C7-aug chord

C7 chord

C7-sharp-9

C7-sus4 chord

C Dominant 7

C Dominant 7

C Dominant

chord

C Dominant 7

C5 chord
C Power
Chord

C G U I TA R C H O R D S

Cadd9 chord

Caug chord

Cb5 chord

Cdim chord

Csus4 chord

C Major Add 9

C Augmented (+)

C Flat 5

C Diminished

C Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

C7b5 chord
C Dominant 7 flat 5

C7b9 chord
C Dominant 7 flat
9

C Dominant 7
Sharp 9

C9-aug
chord

C9 chord

C9

C Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

C9-sharp-11 chord
C Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Cm-maj7
C9b5 chord

Cm chord

chord

Cm11 chord

Cm6-9 chord

C Dominant 9 Flat 5

C Minor

C Minor

C Minor 11

C Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Cm7b5
Cm6 chord

Cm7 chord

chord

Cm9 chord

Cm9-maj7 chord

C Minor 6

C Minor 7

C Minor 7

C Minor 9

C Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Cmaj7b5
Cmaj chord

Cmaj7 chord

chord

Cmaj9 chord

C Major

C Major 7

C Major 7

C Major 9

Flat 5

D G U I TA R C H O R D S

Dadd9 chord

Daug chord

Db5 chord

Ddim chord

Dsus4 chord

D Major Add 9

D Augmented (+)

D Flat 5

D Diminished

D Suspended 4

D11 chord

D13 chord

D6-9 chord

D6 chord

D Add 11

D 13

D Major 6 / 9

D6

D7-aug-b9 chord

D7-aug chord

D7 chord

D7-sharp-9

D7-sus4 chord

D Dominant 7

D Dominant 7

D Dominant

chord

D Dominant 7

D5 chord
D Power
Chord

C G U I TA R C H O R D S

Cadd9 chord

Caug chord

Cb5 chord

Cdim chord

Csus4 chord

C Major Add 9

C Augmented (+)

C Flat 5

C Diminished

C Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

D7b5 chord
D Dominant 7 flat 5

D7b9 chord
D Dominant 7 flat
9

D Dominant 7
Sharp 9

D9-aug
chord

D9 chord

D9

D Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

D9-sharp-11 chord
D Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Dm-maj7
D9b5 chord

Dm chord

chord

Dm11 chord

Dm6-9 chord

D Dominant 9 Flat 5

D Minor

D Minor

D Minor 11

D Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Dm7b5
Dm6 chord

Dm7 chord

chord

Dm9 chord

Dm9-maj7 chord

D Minor 6

D Minor 7

D Minor 7

D Minor 9

D Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Dmaj7b5
Dmaj chord

Dmaj7 chord

chord

Dmaj9 chord

D Major

D Major 7

D Major 7

D Major 9

Flat 5

E G U I TA R C H O R D S

Eadd9 chord

Eaug chord

Eb5 chord

Edim chord

Esus4 chord

E Major Add 9

E Augmented (+)

E Flat 5

E Diminished

E Suspended 4

E11 chord

E13 chord

E6-9 chord

E6 chord

E Add 11

E 13

E Major 6 / 9

E6

E7-aug-b9 chord

E7-aug chord

E7 chord

E7-sharp-9

E7-sus4 chord

E Dominant 7

E Dominant 7

E Dominant

chord

E Dominant 7

E5 chord
E Power
Chord

E G U I TA R C H O R D S

Eadd9 chord

Eaug chord

Eb5 chord

Edim chord

Esus4 chord

E Major Add 9

E Augmented (+)

E Flat 5

E Diminished

E Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

E7b5 chord
E Dominant 7 flat 5

E7b9 chord
E Dominant 7 flat
9

E Dominant 7
Sharp 9

E9-aug
chord

E9 chord

E9

E Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

E9-sharp-11 chord
E Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Em-maj7
E9b5 chord

Em chord

chord

Em11 chord

Em6-9 chord

E Dominant 9 Flat 5

E Minor

E Minor

E Minor 11

E Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Em7b5
Em6 chord

Em7 chord

chord

Em9 chord

Em9-maj7 chord

E Minor 6

E Minor 7

E Minor 7

E Minor 9

E Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Emaj7b5
Emaj chord

Emaj7 chord

chord

Emaj9 chord

E Major

E Major 7

E Major 7

E Major 9

Flat 5

F G U I TA R C H O R D S

Fadd9 chord

Faug chord

Fb5 chord

Fdim chord

Fsus4 chord

F Major Add 9

F Augmented (+)

F Flat 5

F Diminished

F Suspended 4

F11 chord

F13 chord

F6-9 chord

F6 chord

F Add 11

F 13

F Major 6 / 9

F6

F7-aug-b9 chord

F7-aug chord

F7 chord

F7-sharp-9

F7-sus4 chord

F Dominant 7

F Dominant 7

F Dominant

chord

F Dominant 7

F5 chord
F Power
Chord

E G U I TA R C H O R D S

Eadd9 chord

Eaug chord

Eb5 chord

Edim chord

Esus4 chord

E Major Add 9

E Augmented (+)

E Flat 5

E Diminished

E Suspended 4

Augmented Flat 9

Augmented

F7b5 chord
F Dominant 7 flat 5

F7b9 chord
F Dominant 7 flat
9

F Dominant 7
Sharp 9

F9-aug
chord

F9 chord

F9

F Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

F9-sharp-11 chord
F Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Fm-maj7
F9b5 chord

Fm chord

chord

Fm11 chord

Fm6-9 chord

F Dominant 9 Flat 5

F Minor

F Minor

F Minor 11

F Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Fm7b5
Fm6 chord

Fm7 chord

chord

Fm9 chord

Fm9-maj7 chord

F Minor 6

F Minor 7

F Minor 7

F Minor 9

F Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Fmaj7b5
Fmaj chord

Fmaj7 chord

chord

Fmaj9 chord

F Major

F Major 7

F Major 7

F Major 9

Flat 5

G G U I TA R C H O R D S

Gadd9 chord

Gaug chord

Gb5 chord

Gdim chord

Gsus4 chord

G Major Add 9

G Augmented (+)

G Flat 5

G Diminished

G Suspended 4

G11 chord

G13 chord

G6-9 chord

G6 chord

G Add 11

G 13

G Major 6 / 9

G6

G7-aug-b9 chord

G7-aug chord

G7 chord

G7-sharp-9

G7-sus4 chord

G Dominant 7

G Dominant 7

G Dominant

chord

G Dominant 7

G5 chord
G Power
Chord

G G U I TA R C H O R D S

Augmented Flat 9

G7b5 chord
G Dominant 7 flat 5

Augmented

G7b9 chord
G Dominant 7 flat
9

G Dominant 7
Sharp 9

G9-aug
chord

G9 chord

G9

G Dominant 9

Augmented

suspended 4

G9-sharp-11 chord
G Dominant 9 Add
Sharp 11

Gm-maj7
G9b5 chord

Gm chord

chord

Gm11 chord

Gm6-9 chord

G Dominant 9 Flat 5

G Minor

G Minor

G Minor 11

G Minor 6 / 9

Major 7

Gm7b5
Gm6 chord

Gm7 chord

chord

Gm9 chord

Gm9-maj7 chord

G Minor 6

G Minor 7

G Minor 7

G Minor 9

G Minor 9 Major 7

Flat 5

Gmaj7b5
Gmaj chord

Gmaj7 chord

chord

Gmaj9 chord

G Major

G Major 7

G Major 7

G Major 9

Flat 5

As you can see, there are over one thousand guitar chords and chord charts on this
page, and there are many more chords exist which are not even listed here. You do not
need to learn every single chord by heart. Start using them in songs, learn the notes in
each chord, and thats when you'll start having a deeper understanding of music theory.
Also, feel free to download any of the guitar chord chart images as well, they are free to
use and distribute.

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Chord Dictionary

Major 7th Suspended 2nd Chords


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CM7sus2 chord

C#M7sus2 chord

DbM7sus2 chord

DM7sus2 chord

D#M7sus2 chord

EbM7sus2 chord

EM7sus2 chord

FM7sus2 chord

F#M7sus2 chord

GbM7sus2 chord

GM7sus2 chord

G#M7sus2 chord

AbM7sus2 chord

AM7sus2 chord

A#M7sus2 chord

BbM7sus2 chord

BM7sus2 chord

7th Suspended 4th Chords


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C7sus4 chord

C#7sus4 chord

Db7sus4 chord

D7sus4 chord

D#7sus4 chord

Eb7sus4 chord

E7sus4 chord

F7sus4 chord

F#7sus4 chord

Gb7sus4 chord

G7sus4 chord

G#7sus4 chord

Ab7sus4 chord

A7sus4 chord

A#7sus4 chord

Bb7sus4 chord

B7sus4 chord

Major 7th Suspended 4th Chords


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CM7sus4 chord

C#M7sus4 chord

DbM7sus4 chord

DM7sus4 chord

D#M7sus4 chord

EbM7sus4 chord

EM7sus4 chord

FM7sus4 chord

F#M7sus4 chord

GbM7sus4 chord

GM7sus4 chord

G#M7sus4 chord

AbM7sus4 chord

AM7sus4 chord

A#M7sus4 chord

BbM7sus4 chord

BM7sus4 chord

7th Suspended 2nd Sharp 5th


Chords
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C7sus2#5 chord

C#7sus2#5 chord

Db7sus2#5 chord

D7sus2#5 chord

D#7sus2#5 chord

Eb7sus2#5 chord

E7sus2#5 chord

F7sus2#5 chord

F#7sus2#5 chord

Gb7sus2#5 chord

G7sus2#5 chord

G#7sus2#5 chord

Ab7sus2#5 chord

A7sus2#5 chord

A#7sus2#5 chord

Bb7sus2#5 chord

B7sus2#5 chord

7th Suspended 4th Sharp 5th Chords

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C7sus4#5 chord

C#7sus4#5 chord

Db7sus4#5 chord

D7sus4#5 chord

D#7sus4#5 chord

Eb7sus4#5 chord

E7sus4#5 chord

F7sus4#5 chord

F#7sus4#5 chord

Gb7sus4#5 chord

G7sus4#5 chord

G#7sus4#5 chord

Ab7sus4#5 chord

A7sus4#5 chord

A#7sus4#5 chord

Bb7sus4#5 chord

B7sus4#5 chord

Major 7th Suspended 4th Sharp 5th


Chords
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CM7sus4#5 chord

C#M7sus4#5 chord

DbM7sus4#5 chord

DM7sus4#5 chord

D#M7sus4#5 chord

EbM7sus4#5 chord

EM7sus4#5 chord

FM7sus4#5 chord

F#M7sus4#5 chord

GbM7sus4#5 chord

GM7sus4#5 chord

G#M7sus4#5 chord

AbM7sus4#5 chord

AM7sus4#5 chord

A#M7sus4#5 chord

BbM7sus4#5 chord

BM7sus4#5 chord

Suspended 2nd Suspended 4th


Chords
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Csus2sus4 chord

C#sus2sus4 chord

Dbsus2sus4 chord

Dsus2sus4 chord

D#sus2sus4 chord

Ebsus2sus4 chord

Esus2sus4 chord

Fsus2sus4 chord

F#sus2sus4 chord

Gbsus2sus4 chord

Gsus2sus4 chord

G#sus2sus4 chord

Absus2sus4 chord

Asus2sus4 chord

A#sus2sus4 chord

Bbsus2sus4 chord

Bsus2sus4 chord

7th Suspended 2nd Suspended 4th


Chords
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C7sus2sus4 chord

C#7sus2sus4 chord

Db7sus2sus4 chord

D7sus2sus4 chord

D#7sus2sus4 chord

Eb7sus2sus4 chord

E7sus2sus4 chord

F7sus2sus4 chord

F#7sus2sus4 chord

Gb7sus2sus4 chord

G7sus2sus4 chord

G#7sus2sus4 chord

Ab7sus2sus4 chord

A7sus2sus4 chord

A#7sus2sus4 chord

Bb7sus2sus4 chord

B7sus2sus4 chord

Major 7th Suspended 2nd


Suspended 4th Chords
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CM7sus2sus4 chord

C#M7sus2sus4 chord

DbM7sus2sus4 chord

DM7sus2sus4 chord

D#M7sus2sus4 chord

EbM7sus2sus4 chord

EM7sus2sus4 chord

FM7sus2sus4 chord

F#M7sus2sus4 chord

GbM7sus2sus4 chord

GM7sus2sus4 chord

G#M7sus2sus4 chord

AbM7sus2sus4 chord

AM7sus2sus4 chord

A#M7sus2sus4 chord

BbM7sus2sus4 chord

BM7sus2sus4 chord

13th Chords
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C13 chord

C#13 chord

Db13 chord

D13 chord

D#13 chord

Eb13 chord

E13 chord

F13 chord

F#13 chord

Gb13 chord

G13 chord

G#13 chord

Ab13 chord

A13 chord

A#13 chord

Bb13 chord

B13 chord

Minor 13th Chords


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Cm13 chord

C#m13 chord

Dbm13 chord

Dm13 chord

D#m13 chord

Ebm13 chord

Em13 chord

Fm13 chord

F#m13 chord

Gbm13 chord

Gm13 chord

G#m13 chord

Abm13 chord

Am13 chord

A#m13 chord

Bbm13 chord

Bm13 chord

Major 13th Chords


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CM13 chord

C#M13 chord

DbM13 chord

DM13 chord

D#M13 chord

EbM13 chord

EM13 chord

FM13 chord

F#M13 chord

GbM13 chord

GM13 chord

G#M13 chord

AbM13 chord

AM13 chord

A#M13 chord

BbM13 chord

BM13 chord

Minor Major 13th Chords

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CmM13 chord

C#mM13 chord

DbmM13 chord

DmM13 chord

D#mM13 chord

EbmM13 chord

EmM13 chord

FmM13 chord

F#mM13 chord

GbmM13 chord

GmM13 chord

G#mM13 chord

AbmM13 chord

AmM13 chord

A#mM13 chord

BbmM13 chord

BmM13 chord

11th Chords
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C11 chord

C#11 chord

Db11 chord

D11 chord

D#11 chord

Eb11 chord

E11 chord

F11 chord

F#11 chord

Gb11 chord

G11 chord

G#11 chord

Ab11 chord

A11 chord

A#11 chord

Bb11 chord

B11 chord

Minor 11th Chords


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Cm11 chord

C#m11 chord

Dbm11 chord

Dm11 chord

D#m11 chord

Ebm11 chord

Em11 chord

Fm11 chord

F#m11 chord

Gbm11 chord

Gm11 chord

G#m11 chord

Abm11 chord

Am11 chord

A#m11 chord

Bbm11 chord

Bm11 chord

Major 11th Chords


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CM11 chord

C#M11 chord

DbM11 chord

DM11 chord

D#M11 chord

EbM11 chord

EM11 chord

FM11 chord

F#M11 chord

GbM11 chord

GM11 chord

G#M11 chord

AbM11 chord

AM11 chord

A#M11 chord

BbM11 chord

BM11 chord

Minor Major 11th Chords


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CmM11 chord

C#mM11 chord

DbmM11 chord

DmM11 chord

D#mM11 chord

EbmM11 chord

EmM11 chord

FmM11 chord

F#mM11 chord

GbmM11 chord

GmM11 chord

G#mM11 chord

AbmM11 chord

AmM11 chord

A#mM11 chord

BbmM11 chord

BmM11 chord

Major Sharp 11th Chords


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CM#11 chord

C#M#11 chord

DbM#11 chord

DM#11 chord

D#M#11 chord

EbM#11 chord

EM#11 chord

FM#11 chord

F#M#11 chord

GbM#11 chord

GM#11 chord

G#M#11 chord

AbM#11 chord

AM#11 chord

A#M#11 chord

BbM#11 chord

BM#11 chord

6th Chords

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C6 chord

C#6 chord

Db6 chord

D6 chord

D#6 chord

Eb6 chord

E6 chord

F6 chord

F#6 chord

Gb6 chord

G6 chord

G#6 chord

Ab6 chord

A6 chord

A#6 chord

Bb6 chord

B6 chord

Minor 6th Chords


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Cm6 chord

C#m6 chord

Dbm6 chord

Dm6 chord

D#m6 chord

Ebm6 chord

Em6 chord

Fm6 chord

F#m6 chord

Gbm6 chord

Gm6 chord

G#m6 chord

Abm6 chord

Am6 chord

A#m6 chord

Bbm6 chord

Bm6 chord

6th Flat 5th Chords


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C6b5 chord

C#6b5 chord

Db6b5 chord

D6b5 chord

D#6b5 chord

Eb6b5 chord

E6b5 chord

F6b5 chord

F#6b5 chord

Gb6b5 chord

G6b5 chord

G#6b5 chord

Ab6b5 chord

A6b5 chord

A#6b5 chord

Bb6b5 chord

B6b5 chord

6th Add 9th Chords


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C6add9 chord

C#6add9 chord

Db6add9 chord

D6add9 chord

D#6add9 chord

Eb6add9 chord

E6add9 chord

F6add9 chord

F#6add9 chord

Gb6add9 chord

G6add9 chord

G#6add9 chord

Ab6add9 chord

A6add9 chord

A#6add9 chord

Bb6add9 chord

B6add9 chord

Minor 6th Add 9th Chords


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Cm6add9 chord

C#m6add9 chord

Dbm6add9 chord

Dm6add9 chord

D#m6add9 chord

Ebm6add9 chord

Em6add9 chord

Fm6add9 chord

F#m6add9 chord

Gbm6add9 chord

Gm6add9 chord

G#m6add9 chord

Abm6add9 chord

Am6add9 chord

A#m6add9 chord

Bbm6add9 chord

Bm6add9 chord

9th Chords
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C9 chord

C#9 chord

Db9 chord

D9 chord

D#9 chord

Eb9 chord

E9 chord

F9 chord

F#9 chord

Gb9 chord

G9 chord

G#9 chord

Ab9 chord

A9 chord

A#9 chord

Bb9 chord

B9 chord

Minor 9th Chords

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Cm9 chord

C#m9 chord

Dbm9 chord

Dm9 chord

D#m9 chord

Ebm9 chord

Em9 chord

Fm9 chord

F#m9 chord

Gbm9 chord

Gm9 chord

G#m9 chord

Abm9 chord

Am9 chord

A#m9 chord

Bbm9 chord

Bm9 chord

Major 9th Chords


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CM9 chord

C#M9 chord

DbM9 chord

DM9 chord

D#M9 chord

EbM9 chord

EM9 chord

FM9 chord

F#M9 chord

GbM9 chord

GM9 chord

G#M9 chord

AbM9 chord

AM9 chord

A#M9 chord

BbM9 chord

BM9 chord

Minor Major 9th Chords


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CmM9 chord

C#mM9 chord

DbmM9 chord

DmM9 chord

D#mM9 chord

EbmM9 chord

EmM9 chord

FmM9 chord

F#mM9 chord

GbmM9 chord

GmM9 chord

G#mM9 chord

AbmM9 chord

AmM9 chord

A#mM9 chord

BbmM9 chord

BmM9 chord

9th Flat 5th Chords


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C9b5 chord

C#9b5 chord

Db9b5 chord

D9b5 chord

D#9b5 chord

Eb9b5 chord

E9b5 chord

F9b5 chord

F#9b5 chord

Gb9b5 chord

G9b5 chord

G#9b5 chord

Ab9b5 chord

A9b5 chord

A#9b5 chord

Bb9b5 chord

B9b5 chord

Augmented 9th Chords


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C+9 chord

C#+9 chord

Db+9 chord

D+9 chord

D#+9 chord

Eb+9 chord

E+9 chord

F+9 chord

F#+9 chord

Gb+9 chord

G+9 chord

G#+9 chord

Ab+9 chord

A+9 chord

A#+9 chord

Bb+9 chord

B+9 chord

9th Suspended 4th Chords


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C9sus4 chord

C#9sus4 chord

Db9sus4 chord

D9sus4 chord

D#9sus4 chord

Eb9sus4 chord

E9sus4 chord

F9sus4 chord

F#9sus4 chord

Gb9sus4 chord

G9sus4 chord

G#9sus4 chord

Ab9sus4 chord

A9sus4 chord

A#9sus4 chord

Bb9sus4 chord

B9sus4 chord

7th Sharp 9th Chords

Click the links below to see chord diagrams.

C7#9 chord

C#7#9 chord

Db7#9 chord

D7#9 chord

D#7#9 chord

Eb7#9 chord

E7#9 chord

F7#9 chord

F#7#9 chord

Gb7#9 chord

G7#9 chord

G#7#9 chord

Ab7#9 chord

A7#9 chord

A#7#9 chord

Bb7#9 chord

B7#9 chord

7th Sharp 9th Flat 5th Chords


Click the links below to see chord diagrams.

C7#9b5 chord

C#7#9b5 chord

Db7#9b5 chord

D7#9b5 chord

D#7#9b5 chord

Eb7#9b5 chord

E7#9b5 chord

F7#9b5 chord

F#7#9b5 chord

Gb7#9b5 chord

G7#9b5 chord

G#7#9b5 chord

Ab7#9b5 chord

A7#9b5 chord

A#7#9b5 chord

Bb7#9b5 chord

B7#9b5 chord

Augmented Major 9th Chords


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C+M9 chord

C#+M9 chord

Db+M9 chord

D+M9 chord

D#+M9 chord

Eb+M9 chord

E+M9 chord

F+M9 chord

F#+M9 chord

Gb+M9 chord

G+M9 chord

G#+M9 chord

Ab+M9 chord

A+M9 chord

A#+M9 chord

Bb+M9 chord

B+M9 chord

Major Chords
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C chord

C# chord

Db chord

D chord

D# chord

Eb chord

E chord

F chord

F# chord

Gb chord

G chord

G# chord

Ab chord

A chord

A# chord

Bb chord

B chord

Minor Chords
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Cm chord

C#m chord

Dbm chord

Dm chord

D#m chord

Ebm chord

Em chord

Fm chord

F#m chord

Gbm chord

Gm chord

G#m chord

Abm chord

Am chord

A#m chord

Bbm chord

Bm chord

Diminished Chords
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Cdim chord

C#dim chord

Dbdim chord

Ddim chord

D#dim chord

Ebdim chord

Edim chord

Fdim chord

F#dim chord

Gbdim chord

Gdim chord

G#dim chord

Abdim chord

Adim chord

A#dim chord

Bbdim chord

Bdim chord

Augmented Chords

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C+ chord

C#+ chord

Db+ chord

D+ chord

D#+ chord

Eb+ chord

E+ chord

F+ chord

F#+ chord

Gb+ chord

G+ chord

G#+ chord

Ab+ chord

A+ chord

A#+ chord

Bb+ chord

B+ chord

Suspended 2nd Chords


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Csus2 chord

C#sus2 chord

Dbsus2 chord

Dsus2 chord

D#sus2 chord

Ebsus2 chord

Esus2 chord

Fsus2 chord

F#sus2 chord

Gbsus2 chord

Gsus2 chord

G#sus2 chord

Absus2 chord

Asus2 chord

A#sus2 chord

Bbsus2 chord

Bsus2 chord

Suspended 4th Chords


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Csus4 chord

C#sus4 chord

Dbsus4 chord

Dsus4 chord

D#sus4 chord

Ebsus4 chord

Esus4 chord

Fsus4 chord

F#sus4 chord

Gbsus4 chord

Gsus4 chord

G#sus4 chord

Absus4 chord

Asus4 chord

A#sus4 chord

Bbsus4 chord

Bsus4 chord

Major Flat 5th Chords


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CMb5 chord

C#Mb5 chord

DbMb5 chord

DMb5 chord

D#Mb5 chord

EbMb5 chord

EMb5 chord

FMb5 chord

F#Mb5 chord

GbMb5 chord

GMb5 chord

G#Mb5 chord

AbMb5 chord

AMb5 chord

A#Mb5 chord

BbMb5 chord

BMb5 chord

Minor Sharp 5th Chords


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Cm#5 chord

C#m#5 chord

Dbm#5 chord

Dm#5 chord

D#m#5 chord

Ebm#5 chord

Em#5 chord

Fm#5 chord

F#m#5 chord

Gbm#5 chord

Gm#5 chord

G#m#5 chord

Abm#5 chord

Am#5 chord

A#m#5 chord

Bbm#5 chord

Bm#5 chord

Minor Double Flat 5th Chords


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Cmbb5 chord

C#mbb5 chord

Dbmbb5 chord

Dmbb5 chord

D#mbb5 chord

Ebmbb5 chord

Embb5 chord

Fmbb5 chord

F#mbb5 chord

Gbmbb5 chord

Gmbb5 chord

G#mbb5 chord

Abmbb5 chord

Ambb5 chord

A#mbb5 chord

Bbmbb5 chord

Bmbb5 chord

Suspended 4th Sharp 5th Chords

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Csus4#5 chord

C#sus4#5 chord

Dbsus4#5 chord

Dsus4#5 chord

D#sus4#5 chord

Ebsus4#5 chord

Esus4#5 chord

Fsus4#5 chord

F#sus4#5 chord

Gbsus4#5 chord

Gsus4#5 chord

G#sus4#5 chord

Absus4#5 chord

Asus4#5 chord

A#sus4#5 chord

Bbsus4#5 chord

Bsus4#5 chord

Suspended 2nd Flat 5th Chords


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Csus2b5 chord

C#sus2b5 chord

Dbsus2b5 chord

Dsus2b5 chord

D#sus2b5 chord

Ebsus2b5 chord

Esus2b5 chord

Fsus2b5 chord

F#sus2b5 chord

Gbsus2b5 chord

Gsus2b5 chord

G#sus2b5 chord

Absus2b5 chord

Asus2b5 chord

A#sus2b5 chord

Bbsus2b5 chord

Bsus2b5 chord

Suspended 2nd Sharp 5th Chords


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Csus2#5 chord

C#sus2#5 chord

Dbsus2#5 chord

Dsus2#5 chord

D#sus2#5 chord

Ebsus2#5 chord

Esus2#5 chord

Fsus2#5 chord

F#sus2#5 chord

Gbsus2#5 chord

Gsus2#5 chord

G#sus2#5 chord

Absus2#5 chord

Asus2#5 chord

A#sus2#5 chord

Bbsus2#5 chord

Bsus2#5 chord

7th Chords
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C7 chord

C#7 chord

Db7 chord

D7 chord

D#7 chord

Eb7 chord

E7 chord

F7 chord

F#7 chord

Gb7 chord

G7 chord

G#7 chord

Ab7 chord

A7 chord

A#7 chord

Bb7 chord

B7 chord

Minor 7th Chords


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Cm7 chord

C#m7 chord

Dbm7 chord

Dm7 chord

D#m7 chord

Ebm7 chord

Em7 chord

Fm7 chord

F#m7 chord

Gbm7 chord

Gm7 chord

G#m7 chord

Abm7 chord

Am7 chord

A#m7 chord

Bbm7 chord

Bm7 chord

Major 7th Chords


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CM7 chord

C#M7 chord

DbM7 chord

DM7 chord

D#M7 chord

EbM7 chord

EM7 chord

FM7 chord

F#M7 chord

GbM7 chord

GM7 chord

G#M7 chord

AbM7 chord

AM7 chord

A#M7 chord

BbM7 chord

BM7 chord

Diminished 7th Chords

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Cdim7 chord

C#dim7 chord

Dbdim7 chord

Ddim7 chord

D#dim7 chord

Ebdim7 chord

Edim7 chord

Fdim7 chord

F#dim7 chord

Gbdim7 chord

Gdim7 chord

G#dim7 chord

Abdim7 chord

Adim7 chord

A#dim7 chord

Bbdim7 chord

Bdim7 chord

Augmented 7th Chords


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C+7 chord

C#+7 chord

Db+7 chord

D+7 chord

D#+7 chord

Eb+7 chord

E+7 chord

F+7 chord

F#+7 chord

Gb+7 chord

G+7 chord

G#+7 chord

Ab+7 chord

A+7 chord

A#+7 chord

Bb+7 chord

B+7 chord

Minor Major 7th Chords


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CmM7 chord

C#mM7 chord

DbmM7 chord

DmM7 chord

D#mM7 chord

EbmM7 chord

EmM7 chord

FmM7 chord

F#mM7 chord

GbmM7 chord

GmM7 chord

G#mM7 chord

AbmM7 chord

AmM7 chord

A#mM7 chord

BbmM7 chord

BmM7 chord

Augmented Major 7th Chords


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C+M7 chord

C#+M7 chord

Db+M7 chord

D+M7 chord

D#+M7 chord

Eb+M7 chord

E+M7 chord

F+M7 chord

F#+M7 chord

Gb+M7 chord

G+M7 chord

G#+M7 chord

Ab+M7 chord

A+M7 chord

A#+M7 chord

Bb+M7 chord

B+M7 chord

7th Flat 5th Chords


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C7b5 chord

C#7b5 chord

Db7b5 chord

D7b5 chord

D#7b5 chord

Eb7b5 chord

E7b5 chord

F7b5 chord

F#7b5 chord

Gb7b5 chord

G7b5 chord

G#7b5 chord

Ab7b5 chord

A7b5 chord

A#7b5 chord

Bb7b5 chord

B7b5 chord

Major 7th Flat 5th Chords


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CM7b5 chord

C#M7b5 chord

DbM7b5 chord

DM7b5 chord

D#M7b5 chord

EbM7b5 chord

EM7b5 chord

FM7b5 chord

F#M7b5 chord

GbM7b5 chord

GM7b5 chord

G#M7b5 chord

AbM7b5 chord

AM7b5 chord

A#M7b5 chord

BbM7b5 chord

BM7b5 chord

Minor 7th Flat 5th Chords

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Cm7b5 chord

C#m7b5 chord

Dbm7b5 chord

Dm7b5 chord

D#m7b5 chord

Ebm7b5 chord

Em7b5 chord

Fm7b5 chord

F#m7b5 chord

Gbm7b5 chord

Gm7b5 chord

G#m7b5 chord

Abm7b5 chord

Am7b5 chord

A#m7b5 chord

Bbm7b5 chord

Bm7b5 chord

Minor Major 7th Flat 5th Chords


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CmM7b5 chord

C#mM7b5 chord

DbmM7b5 chord

DmM7b5 chord

D#mM7b5 chord

EbmM7b5 chord

EmM7b5 chord

FmM7b5 chord

F#mM7b5 chord

GbmM7b5 chord

GmM7b5 chord

G#mM7b5 chord

AbmM7b5 chord

AmM7b5 chord

A#mM7b5 chord

BbmM7b5 chord

BmM7b5 chord

Minor Major 7th Double Flat 5th


Chords
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CmM7bb5 chord

C#mM7bb5 chord

DbmM7bb5 chord

DmM7bb5 chord

D#mM7bb5 chord

EbmM7bb5 chord

EmM7bb5 chord

FmM7bb5 chord

F#mM7bb5 chord

GbmM7bb5 chord

GmM7bb5 chord

G#mM7bb5 chord

AbmM7bb5 chord

AmM7bb5 chord

A#mM7bb5 chord

BbmM7bb5 chord

BmM7bb5 chord

Minor 7th Sharp 5th Chords


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Cm7#5 chord

C#m7#5 chord

Dbm7#5 chord

Dm7#5 chord

D#m7#5 chord

Ebm7#5 chord

Em7#5 chord

Fm7#5 chord

F#m7#5 chord

Gbm7#5 chord

Gm7#5 chord

G#m7#5 chord

Abm7#5 chord

Am7#5 chord

A#m7#5 chord

Bbm7#5 chord

Bm7#5 chord

Minor Major 7th Sharp 5th Chords


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CmM7#5 chord

C#mM7#5 chord

DbmM7#5 chord

DmM7#5 chord

D#mM7#5 chord

EbmM7#5 chord

EmM7#5 chord

FmM7#5 chord

F#mM7#5 chord

GbmM7#5 chord

GmM7#5 chord

G#mM7#5 chord

AbmM7#5 chord

AmM7#5 chord

A#mM7#5 chord

BbmM7#5 chord

BmM7#5 chord

7th Flat 9th Chords


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C7b9 chord

C#7b9 chord

Db7b9 chord

D7b9 chord

D#7b9 chord

Eb7b9 chord

E7b9 chord

F7b9 chord

F#7b9 chord

Gb7b9 chord

G7b9 chord

G#7b9 chord

Ab7b9 chord

A7b9 chord

A#7b9 chord

Bb7b9 chord

B7b9 chord

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