Re: Chord Construction
So I use the major scale
with just these notes.
C D E F G A B C
E7 notes E,B,G# which I can eventually
figure out if I sit and count the notes.
I'm not at a point where I can
remember all the fretboard notes immediately.
So with the E7 I'm counting
E as root. So it's 3.
Then B, so it's 7.
Then G# is confusing.
The G is 5 in the scale but the
chord uses G#.
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