WELCOME to Guitar
This page consists of 4 blocks
|- Block 1||major chords. (standard +10 additions)|
|- Block 2||minor chords. (standard + 5 additions)|
|- Block 3||augmented (+) chords|
|- Block 4||diminished (0) chords|
The standard chords are ranged from foot (C) to top (B) in
[ C - C# - Db - D - D# - Eb - E - F - F# - Gb - G - G# - Ab - A - A# - Bb - B ]
The chords in the major and minor block are classified from left to right in numerical order of the most used added notes:
[ majeur: standard
- 4 -
b5 - 6 - 7 - maj7 - 7 9 - 7 b10 - 7
b10 b13 - 9 - b10 ]
[ mineur: standard - b5 - 6 - 7 - maj7 - 9 ]
*) The numbers refer to the added notes in the related scale of the presented chord.
general not all chords will be fully named like G.G. does for you now:
- A 7-9 chord is just called 9, though there's a 7 in it too!
- 7 b10 is called b10,
- 7 b10 b13 is abbreviated to b13,
- last but not least the b5 chord is often played with a 7!
Strenght and lots of fun!
Upper left: photo of the presented chord.
With the buttons underneath the photo you click to another chord of the same name;
the buttons are ranged in:
a) Main groups (middle row):
[Major] - [minor] - [augmented (+)] and [diminished (0)]
b) Subgroups (upper row)
to the major chord:
 - [b5] -  -  - [maj7] - [7 9] - [7 b10] - [7 b10 b13] -  - [b10]
to the minor chord:
[b5] -  -  - [maj7] - 
Other navigation options (lower row)
|[<<] :||Return to survey page.|
|[Help] :|| With
the help button you'll get this very page. (At where you are now)
|[Sound] :|| Sound
of the presented chord will be audible.
for a certain fingering can be seen in relation to, for example, a composition, music style or arrangement.
Up right you find the chord symbol with fingering. The
diagram is a represantation of the guitar neck.
The vertical lines represent the strings.
left to right: E - A - D - G - B - E
horizontal bars represent the positions. The Roman numbers on the left
of the bars indicate
the positions of the chord on the neck. The index finger (1) determinates the position.
of the symbols in the diagram:
|- X:||Don't play / Mute|
Open string; do play.
|- 2:||Middle finger|
|- 3:||Ring finger|
note names of each string are represented by white characters underneath the
Barre (Barred): Finger placed on the neck effecting two or more strings .
At the right side below the chord diagram you kan find the notes of the
|# :||1 time raised by a semi tone|
|X :||2 times raised by a semi tone|
|b :||1 time flattened by a semi tone|
|bb :||2 times flattened by a semi tone|
Played 1 octave higher than represented.