#1
I play a song that has G, C and D7 chords but at a certain point it goes into a higher key and i know the G turns into an A but what does the C and D7 turn into?

Thanks
#2
C would be D, the D7 would be E7

I'm assuming everything just moves up a whole step!

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#3
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C would be D, the D7 would be E7

I'm assuming everything just moves up a whole step!


logic would assume this
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#5
Right, now i feel like a complete idiot. I take it even a brief knowledge of guitar theory would have explained this?

I didn't realise it was that easy I'll try and learn some.

And thank you
#6
Quote by The Daver
I play a song that has G, C and D7 chords but at a certain point it goes into a higher key and i know the G turns into an A but what does the C and D7 turn into?

Thanks


G, C, and D7 is a I - IV - V7 in G so the I - IV - V7 in A would be A, D, and E7.

Very common progression found in tons of songs.
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#7
Quote by OldRocker
G, C, and D7 is a I - IV - V7 in G so the I - IV - V7 in A would be A, D, and E7.

Very common progression found in tons of songs.


Thank you i half know what that means which is a start