#1
So the technical definition of a triad chord is the 1st, 3rd, and 5th notes in a scale.

For example, an A major chord would be A, C, and E.

But on a guitar, an A major chord in order from 5th string to 1st is A, E, A, Db, and E.


Where is the C?
#3
Quote by Twisted Magnum
So the technical definition of a triad chord is the 1st, 3rd, and 5th notes in a scale.

For example, an A major chord would be A, C, and E.

But on a guitar, an A major chord in order from 5th string to 1st is A, E, A, Db, and E.


Where is the C?

A minor is A,C,E
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Quote by element4433
Yeah. people, like Lemoninfluence, are hypocrites and should have all their opinions invalidated from here on out.
#5
oh dear, here we go. who's gonna BLOW HIS MIND by telling him that different major scales have different numbers of sharps and flats?
#7
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--------1------------- C
--------2----------- A
--------2---------- E
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