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Fun in basic, Major Chords

Actually,  first guitar playing is my friend's, singing accompanied by guitar rhythm and chords. Earlier, what i saw on TV was Kurt Cobain playing "About a Girl" song on MTV unplugged, left-handed guitar playing with drunk-whatever-style. That was my first love on guitar. It wasn't anything like long-haired Joe Satriani "always with me, always with you" video-clip. As everyone see, i see a guitar as a companion, a friend.

What I'm trying to say is, the chords had met me earlier than scales or modes, those chords inspire every kids to learn and love guitar, from ancient until now and for the next future. what a amazing thing... now i guess it's time to continue the tradition, sharing things which can keep us stay in rhythmic life. THE CHORDS !

this post brings the major chords, as they are easy to listen and to learn. Major chords consist of the root, the third and the fifth notes. what we have on C major chord are C (root note), E(third note) and G (fifth note).. here i share some chords those come in handy to learn for the first time.

guitar chord
C (root note), E(third note) and G (fifth note)


since this is basic, there will be no complicated stuff here. all we have to do is memorizing the notes those build the Major chords : do(1st) - mi(3rd) - sol(5th)

on D major chord, it will be : D(1st) - F#(3rd) - A(5th)

guitar chord
D(1st) - F#(3rd) - A(5th)



guitar chord
E(1st) - F#(3rd) - G#(5th)

next;
guitar chord
F(1st) - A(3rd) - Bb(5th)

guitar chord
G(1st) - B(3rd) - D(5th)


guitar chord
A(1st) - C#(3rd) - E(5th)
guitar chord
B(1st) - D#(3rd) - F#(5th)
hope everyone likes my coloring :)
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