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Chord table

 

The order of the chords corresponds to the fifth spacing. The arrow points to the root of the chord and that X shows strings not played along (open chords). The other strings that are not fingered (played empty) are not specially marked. The fingering is a suggestion, so it is not binding, nor is it specified in all chords. The F major chord is shown once in the simple version and once as a barreè (doubled) in the movable chords.

open dominant seventh chords
  • Movable major chords

  • Movable minor chords

  • more chords

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    open major chords

              

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    open minor chords

                       

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    open dominant seventh chords

               

     

    Movable chords

    Movable chords in different positions follow from here. These chords can be moved because the first finger, as a barreè, moves the saddle and therefore no open strings are played. You can move these chords across the entire fingerboard, but this changes the pitch constantly. Therefore the fret in which the chord is played is given. Since I adapt the creation of my chord tablatures to my courses and their levels of difficulty, it may be that the names are sometimes a little different, e.g. for some there is still major or minor and others not.

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    Movable major chords

               

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    Movable minor chords

     

                   

     

    Many more chords to practice ...

    Here you will find all the chords that I have tried over the years and which I think are easy to play and sound nice. As mentioned above, there is a myriad of variety of chord variations on a guitar's fingerboard, so I'm sifting something out. The following chords are listed in order, i.e. c, d, e .... I have also listed some slash chords, i.e. chords where a slash is added to the chord to play a different root note. Have fun practicing!

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    more chords

     

                     

    A.attention! My good buddy and electric guitarist Sören the old Swede recently told me that my Fm6 is an Em6. I also have an Em6 in my web editor, but the graphics are indistinct in some browsers. If in doubt, click on it with the right mouse button and go to Show graphic, then you can see it properly. Thanks Sören!

    You can write entire books on chords, and some have already done so. For example, there is a book at Voggenreiter Verlag in which there are around 4000 chords, power chords and slash chords.

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