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Basic chords and functions in all of the major keys

Below is a table of all of the basic diatonic chords in every major key. Diatonic means that all of the notes in the chord (or a melody) are contained within a particular scale or key. A major scale in this case.

 

 

 

 

I
IIm
IIIm
IV
V
VIm
VIIo
C
Dm
Em
F
G
Am
Bo
G
Am
Bm
C
D
Em
Fo
D
Em
Fm
G
A
Bm
Co
A
Bm
Cm
D
E
Fm
Go
E
Fm
Gm
A
B
Cm
Do
B
Cm
Dm
E
F
Gm
Ao
F
Gm
Am
B
C
Dm
Eo
C
Dm
Em
F
G
Am
Bo
 
I
IIm
IIIm
IV
V
VIm
VIIo
F
Gm
Am
B
C
Dm
Eo
B
Cm
Dm
E
F
Gm
Ao
E
Fm
Gm
A
B
Cm
Do
A
Bm
Cm
D
E
Fm
Go
D
Em
Fm
G
A
Bm
Co
G
Am
Bm
C
D
Em
Fo
C
Dm
Em
F
G
Am
Bo


Page 1, How the chords function in the key

Page 3, A visual relationship of the chords in a major key, I chord on the 6th string


Major key harmony jump zone
How the chords function in the key
Basic chords and functions in all of the major keys
A visual relationship of the chords in a major key, I chord on the 6th string
A visual relationship of the chords in a major key, I chord on the 5th string
Other possible chords within the key

 



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