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How Chords are Named: Easy Music Theory

How Chords are Named: Easy Music Theory


विषय के बारे में जानकारी guitar chords name

Guitar chords, piano chords, it makes no difference in the music theory of how chords are constructed and built. Learn the technique behind naming any chord in …

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27 thoughts on “How Chords are Named: Easy Music Theory | guitar chords name | वेबसाइट जो गाने के तार प्रदान करती है #1”

  1. thank you good sir I'm new in this and i'm trying to learn a little on my own
    i was having trouble about how chords are named like sus chords for example
    thank you so much again this is easier to take in : D

  2. No one was giving me a straight answer when I asked them what my chord would be called without a 5th. Everyone would either go on an unnecessary tangent regarding theory or just tell me I’m better off learning how to read music if I cared that much. Thanks to this I now know that the name of the chord doesn’t change if the 5th is on vacation. THANK U

  3. Doesn’t the name “power chord” just throw a wrench in Chord naming? I did some research and it seems that a “no3” might be a more appropriate name. For example Cno3 for a C “power chord”. It also seems that hardcore musicians don’t like calling those chords either and that a “dyad” might be a more appropriate classification. For example they would call a C “power chord” a Cno3 Dyad.

    By the way, thank you so much for this content man. You really got me back into my guitar with all this.

  4. Is it me or does this make it harder? For this to apply, you would need to know the major scale for any chord you are trying to construct. So if someone wants to make a B major chord, they would need to know D# & F# are the 3rd and 5th notes in the scale, I imagine this isn't readily available knowledge for the beginner or even intermediate musician. I feel like memorizing the intervals would be easier. It would take longer to get moving, but once you have that down you can pick any random note and make the chord.

  5. I love ur explanation, so easy to understand. But i still have question. How can i build Amaj7 or A7 chord even Amaj chord is strumming from fifth string (standart tuning) and if strumming from fifth string, the note start from A E note then to triad A. Where i can add G or Gb to make Amaj7 or A7?

  6. I’ve been playing for 44 years. This is the best explanation of chord naming I’ve seen. I also really liked your Circle of Fifths video. Wonderful teaching. Great job Man!

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