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Guitar Chord Chart – Learn ALL Chords In ALL KeysIn this guide you will find: 60 essential guitar chords which will make you sound amazing. The secret to learning chords quickly. 2 quick and easy tips which will help you read a guitar chord chart.There are 5 main chord types, these are: Major Minor Dominant 7th Minor 7th Major 7thYou learn easy versions of these chords here: 14 Easy Guitar Chords ForBeginnersFor today’s lesson, you will learn each of those chords in ALL 12 keys, thosekeys are: A Bb B C C#

D Eb E F F# G G#Hold on tight, this guide will blow your mind!The Major ChordThe major chord is one of the most commonly used chords in music. It’sessential that you know how to play a major chord.Major chords sound happy and vibrant. This chord can be heard ALL overmusic, but is specifically used in pop and country music.Here’s the major guitar chord chart in ALL 12 keys:A Major

If you don’t understand how to read this image, go to this article: How To ReadGuitar Chords: An Essential GuideBb MajorB Major

C MajorC# Major

D Major(If you don't understand the above image please read our article "How ToRead Guitar Chordboxes In 60 Seconds". It will make everything clear!).Eb Major

E MajorF Major

F# MajorG Major

G# MajorThe Minor ChordThe minor chord is one of the most popular guitar chords. This chord is thepolar opposite of a major chord.It is very versatile and can be heard in genres such as: Rock and Metal. Blues. Jazz. Funk.Here are the chord boxes for each minor chord in ALL 12 keys:

A MinorBb Minor

B MinorC Minor

C# MinorD Minor

Eb MinorE Minor

F MinorF# Minor

G MinorG# Minor

The Dominant 7th ChordThe dominant 7th chord is used frequently in blues, rock and jazz.It sounds great, EVERY guitarist should know how to play a dominant 7thchord.Top Tip!Whenever you see a dominant 7th chord on a page, it’s always written with anumber ‘7’ after the chord.For example, an A dominant 7th chord would be written like this: ‘A7’The term ‘dominant 7th’ relates back to musical theory.Let’s learn the dominant 7th chord in ALL 12 keys.A7

Bb7B7

C7C#7

D7Eb7

E7F7

F#7G7

G#7.

The Minor 7th ChordThe minor 7th chord is exactly the same as the minor chord.The only difference is one note, to create a minor 7th chord you add the 7thdegree of the scale.In layman’s terms, the minor 7th chord is a more advanced version of theminor chord.Let’s learn this chord in ALL 12 keys.Quick Tip!In music you will often see the word ‘minor’ abbreviated to a lower case ‘m’.Like this: A minor 7 Am7.Am7

Bbm7Bm7

Cm7C#m7

Dm7Ebm7

Em7Fm7

F#m7Gm7

G#m7

The Major 7th ChordThe major 7th chord is exactly the same as a major chord. However, this timewe’ve added a major 7th to the major chord.Think of a major 7th chord as a more complex version of a major chord.Here are all the major 7th guitar chord charts in ALL keys:A Major 7

Bb Major 7B Major 7

C Major 7C# Major 7

D Major 7Eb Major 7

E Major 7F Major 7

F# Major 7G Major 7

G# Major 7

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Guitar Chord Chart - Learn ALL Chords In ALL Keys In this guide you will find: 60 essential guitar chords which will make you sound amazing. The secret to learning chords quickly. 2 quick and easy tips which will help you read a guitar chord chart. There are 5 main chord types, these are: Major Minor Dominant 7th Minor 7th Major 7th