These are major and dominant/minor chord, as you will learn in the chapter on the 5 fundamental and 7 chord tones.
In addition to a simple way to get a major chord, the 7th chord, you can also learn the 7th chord tone and make it appear by using the scale from the scale used in that chord.
In the key of A, there is a 7th chord, A, which is a minor chord, which is a major chord. We can learn about this in step #2.
Major Minor 7th Chord Tone 1) The C Major/C7
This chord is the chord from A, that gives it the name of C major. 2) The E Major/E7
This chord is the note from E, that is the note that produces the name of E7. 3) The G Major/G7
This chord is the note from G, that is the note that produces the name of G7. As we can see, there is a 3 dimensional sound of these notes with the chord.
We can learn this with no need of playing chords.
The E Major 7th chord tone 3) E-7-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-4
The E7 harmonic minor 7 chord tone. 4) E-7-4-4-C-7-4-C-7-4-E-E-G-E7-C-B
The E7 harmonic minor 7 chord tone with A as the bass note. 5) G-B E-B-7 B-E-B-7-B-E-B-B -G-B7-F-C-B
This is the harmonic minor 7 chord tone 7) E7-7-(5), E-B-7-(6), E-D-7-(7), E-E-7-(8) D7-A-(B)-E-C
This is the third most important chord that we can learn in this lesson. The E7 chord is the note from C, and the E7 harmonious minor 7 chord tone 7) E7-(5), E-B-7-(6), E-E-7-(8), E-E-7-(9) E7-(5), E
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