Eb7sus4 Guitar Chord Lesson

In the following post, we will be covering how to play the Eb7sus4 guitar chord .

The Eb7sus4 Guitar Chord is found by locating the 1, 4, 5 and b7 positions of the Eb Major scale: Eb F G Ab Bb C D Eb, or the notes Eb, Ab, Bb and Db. The “b7″ symbol is referring to the flattened 7th position of the Eb Scale. When we flatten a note, we are simply going back 1/2 step from that note. In this case, because the “D” is the 7th note of the Eb Major Scale, when we flatten it by 1/2 step, we come up with a Db.

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C#7sus4 Guitar Chord

In today’s post we will be learning exactly how to play a guitar chord known as C#7sus4.  Other names for this chord are C Sharp 7 Sus 4, C# dominant 7th suspended 4th, Db7sus4.   Let’s dive into a little music theory concerning this chord shall we?  This chord has it’s origins in the C# Scale.  The C# Scale consists of the following note:  C#, D#, E#, F#, G#, A#, and B#.   As you can see there are 7 notes within this scale, but we only need 4 notes from this scale to build are chord and those notes are:  C#, F#, G#, B.  You are probably wondering how we came up with those 4 notes right?   Well it’s quite simple.  We need to apply a simple little formula that looks like this:  1-4-5-b7.  This just means that we need to take the 1st, 4th, 5th and flattened 7th positions of the C# Scale to make our C#7sus4.   The “flattened 7th” or “b7″ may need a bit of explaining.  For this, we just take the 7th position of the C# scale and go back or “flatten” that note one half step to arrive at our “B”.

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How to Play the B7sus4 Guitar Chord

Learn how to play the B7sus4 guitar chord with this free tutorial.

This chord comes from the B Major Scale.   This scale consists of the following notes:  B C# D# E F# G# A#.   In order to build our B7sus4 chord, we need to pull the 1st, 4th, 5th, and b7 notes from this scale.

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Dm6 Guitar Chord Lesson

In the following post you will be learning how to play the Dm6 Guitar Chord (also known as Dm6, D Minor 6th).  Before you skip down to the chord charts below, why not learn a bit of theory first and see how this chord is actually formed?

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Bbm6 Guitar Chord Lesson

The Bbm6 Guitar Chord (also known as B Flat Minor 6, A#m6) is found in the Bb Major Scale.

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C#m6 Guitar Chord Lesson

Below is a free tutorial that will teach you how to play the C#m6 guitar chord.  Included are several chord charts that will demonstrate how to play this chord at different locations of your guitar.  You can skip right down to the chord charts and start learning how to play them right away, or you can stick around for a bit of theory.

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Gmaj7 Guitar Chord Lesson

Learn how to play the Gmaj7 guitar chord with this free tutorial.

The Gmaj7 chord is found by locating the 1,3,5 and 7 positions of the G Major Scale. The G Major Scale contains the notes: G, A, B, C, D, E, and F#, so when we locate the 1,3,5 and 7 positions of this scale, we arrive at the notes: G, B, D and F#. Those are the notes of our chord.

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How to Play the Cmaj7 Chord on Guitar

Learn how to play the Cmaj7 chord on guitar. The C Major 7 Guitar Chord (also known as C Major Seventh, CMaj7 or C Major 7th), is found by locating the 1, 3 , 5 and 7 positions C , E, G and B) of the C Major Scale: C D E F G A B C.

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Dadd9 Guitar Chord for Beginners

Learn how to play the Dadd9 Guitar Chord with this beginner tutorial.  This chord is taken from the D Major Scale:  D, E, F#, G, A, B, and C#.  To form this chord, we need the 1st, 5th and 9th positions or the notes D, A and E.   This is an easy, straightforward beginner chord that you should have no trouble playing.

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C#9 Guitar Chord Lesson

In this lesson, you will learn how to play the C#9 Guitar Chord (also known as C Sharp 9).  There are three voicings of this chord pictured below in the charts.  All three of these variations are suited for intermediate to advanced players, so if you are a beginners, you may find this a bit challenging.  This doesn’t mean you should attempt these chords.  I am only saying this so you don’t get frustrated if you aren’t able to play these right away.  It takes practice.  I hope you find this post helpful.

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