Today’s featured chord is a minor 7 flat 5. It’s quite a widely-spaced shape, and can be tricky to play. However, if you’ve got big hands and want another way of playing this common chord, give it a try …
There are literally thousands of jazz guitar chords, but don’t worry: you don’t have to learn them all to start playing jazz.
On this page we’ll show you how jazz guitarists play many types of chord. We’ll start simple, then hit you with some complex ‘altered’ shapes.
F# Chord Guitar finger position charts, diagrams and photos. This lesson shows you how to play an F sharp major chord on your guitar.
(Note: in this lesson, the hash symbol (#) refers to the musical ‘sharp’ sign.)
Bb Chord Guitar finger position charts, diagrams and photos. Everything you need to know to play a Bb major chord on your guitar.
C7 chord guitar diagrams, finger position charts and photos. Everything you need to know to play a C7 chord on your guitar.
Em chord guitar diagrams, chord charts and photos. Everything you need to know to play an E minor chord on your guitar.
Welcome to the ‘All Guitar Chords Chart page’, with charts of fretboard diagrams for all major, minor, dominant 7th and minor 7th chords.
Links to other guitar chord types – and lessons / articles about playing chords – are also provided. Use the links below to find the chord you need.
C chord guitar finger position charts, diagrams, photos and information. Everything you need to play a C major chord on your guitar.
We’ll show you a basic C chord shape, as well as barre chord shapes. Further down the page we’ll also explain what a C chord actually is, and look at the notes it contains.
You can learn more guitar chords here: Guitar Chords Chart.
This week’s Guitar Chord Of The Week is a nice and simple minor 7 chord shape. It’s a versatile chord, and can be used in all styles of music.
If you already know this chord, try the example chord progression at the end of this page: it contains some other nice chords, including a dominant 11 shape that may take some getting used to!
Minor 7 Guitar Chord – Root On 5th String
Want to learn a new guitar chord that sounds awesome and is easy to play? Try this sus2 guitar chord shape, and see how it can spice up tired old chord progressions. It’s also a very inspiring chord to use when writing new songs. Let’s get started!
Here’s a photo of the sus2 chord being played: