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Adding some 'Minor 7th ' Chords:

A Minor 7th

D Minor 7th

E A DG B E

E A DG B E

x 0

x x 0

0

2

0

1

2 1 1

E Minor 7th E A DG B E 0

0 0 0 0

2

Example:14 4/4 ||: Am / / / | Am7 / / / | Dm / / /| Dm7 / / / | |Em / / / | Em7 / / / | Am/ / / | E7 / / /:||Am ||


If we wanted to transpose (that is move ) the chords to a new key. we could do so like this:

Example:20 key: G major: 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

C

D

G

I IV V I 4/4 |G/ / / | C / / / |D / / /| G / / / |

'I,IV,V' can be arranged in any order you like to create your own chord progressions.


Example:50 4/4 ||: Emaj7/ / / | Cmaj7 / / / |C#m7 / / /| Bm7 / / / | |Amaj7/ / / | Gmaj7 / / / |F#m7/ / / |B7///:||Emaj7|| Example:51 4/4 ||: Em7/ / / | Am7 / / / | Gmaj7/ / /| Cmaj7/ / / | |Bm7/ / / | D7 / / / |Cmaj7/ / /|F#m7/ / /:|| Em7 || Example:52 4/4 ||: Dmaj7 / / / | Cmaj7 / / / |Fmaj7/ / /| Em7/ / / | |Bm7/ / / | Cmaj7/ / / |C#m7/ / / | |Cmaj7/ / /:|Emaj7||


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