Guitar Chords

  • Commonly Used Chords
  • Major
  • Minor
  • Major 7th
  • Minor 7th
  • Power
  • Major Chords
  • Major
  • Major 7th
  • Major 9th
  • Major 11th
  • Major 13th
  • Major 9 #11
  • Major 13 #11
  • Major 6th
  • Major add9
  • Major 6add9
  • Major 7 b5
  • Major 7 #5
  • Minor Chords
  • Minor
  • Minor 7th
  • Minor 9th
  • Minor 11th
  • Minor 13th
  • Minor 6th
  • Minor add9
  • Minor 6add9
  • Minor Major 7th
  • Minor Major 9th
  • Minor 7 #5
  • Dominant Chords
  • Dominant 7th
  • Dominant 9th
  • Dominant 11th
  • Dominant 13th
  • Dominant 7th suspended 4th
  • Dominant 7th b5
  • Dominant 7th #5
  • Dominant 7th b9
  • Dominant 7th #9
  • Dominant 7th b5 b9
  • Dominant 7th b5 #9
  • Dominant 7th #5 b9
  • Dominant 7th #5 #9
  • Dominat 9th b5
  • Dominat 9th #5
  • Dominant 13th #11
  • Dominant 13th b9
  • Dominant 11th b9
  • Diminished Chords
  • Half-diminished minor 7
  • Diminished triad
  • Diminished seventh
  • Major diminished 5th
  • Suspended Chords
  • Suspended 4th
  • Suspended 2nd
  • Suspended 2nd 4th
  • Other Chords
  • Augmented triad
  • Power

Guitar Chords are a group of at least 3 notes played together, this means three different notes, i.e. notes with 3 different pitches. If, for example, you select an E major chord on the guitar chord generator on this page, you can see the 3 notes E, B and G# (Ab) make up this chord. Some notes can be expressed as either sharp or flat (enharmonic spelling), the notes sound just the same but the naming of them is decided by which key the song is in. You can find out more about this in our music theory section.

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