A chord is a group of notes which sound the same when played above a certain key. I think that’s it.
The first major type is the note which is written in your C major scale (the 1st root: C#, 2nd root: C#, 3rd root: Cb, 4th root: C, 5th root: C#, 6th root: D#, 7th root: D#, 8th root: E, 9th root: E).
The second major type, the note is the same as the last note. It is Bb.
The third major type, it is Dd.
The fourth major type, it is Ab, Bb, C, Eb, F, G#, Eb, G, Ab.
The fifth major type, it is Ab, C, D, E, F, F#, Ab.
I think that’s it. What happens if we add in some more notes and then you find you don’t know how to use them or how to play with them properly, just because they’re not written in the same key?
Try these five songs, in different keys, in the video tutorial below.
I don’t recommend learning these songs if you’re completely new to guitar. I suggest that you begin at the first major type and try to use those notes until you find the key of the song. Then find a second major type and use those notes until you find the key of the song. When you’ve found the key, try adding in a little bit more of a note at a time until you can comfortably learn the songs properly.
And for your reference, here’s the chord chart for each progression. You can add in other chords from these songs as well.
In the picture above with the chord chart, I’ve highlighted the first major type in the C-major key, followed by the second major type in the A-, Am-major and the last of the first major type in the D-, Eb-major and finally the final major type in the G-major key.
Second Major Type:
In the picture above with the chord chart, I’ve highlighted the 3rd and 5th major types in the B-major key, followed by the 5th major type in the D-major key.
Third Major Type:
In the picture above with the chord chart,
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