- You'll be able to able to play any dominant 7th chord in any area of the neck. Chord changes sound better when they flow with good voice leading.
- You can easily modify these chords to make minor 7th, major 7th, half diminished, altered, 9th chords and more
- These chords are great for blues, funk, jazz and pop but can be used anywhere.
- Learning and using these will improve your musicianship and make you a better guitarist.
Here's the fingering for this guitar chord:
This chord is a G7 and has its root note on the 3rd fret of the E string, but you can easily move it to other frets to transpose it.
Dominant 7th chords use the 1, 3, 5 and b7 notes of the major scale.
For a G7 chord, this is G, B, D and F.
Tune in tomorrow for the next in our series of 12 dominant 7th chords you should know.