EX­AM­PLE2 C MA­JoR SCALe AnD ChoRDS

Guitar Techniques - - PLAY: CHORDS -

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Tak­ing thCe fiMr­satj,o3rrd and 5th de­grees of the C Ma­jor scale,

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pFoeat­tern hoee cre­ates a C ma­jor chorDd. MoviEng this to t nexAt d, 4thC

cre­ate­soea anDd 6th D mi­nor chord etc. The5se di­a­tonic tri­ads of C Ma­jor are be­low.

Here are the di­a­tonic 7th chords of C ma­jor. Although

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CGthey are the­o­ret­i­cally cor­rect they are a bit stretchy and not gui­tar­friendly, an­doe­dou­blbi­noeg theb­noeotes but it’s im­por­tant to know where they are nonethe­less. Ex­am­pleoe2b, wbe oe­can

By var­i­ously re­ar­ran3ging in the chords of find voic­ings that are far more use­ful on the guitar.

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