C, D, Dm, E, Em, F, G, A, Am, B7, Bm7

C, D, Dm, E, Em, F, G, A, Am, B7, Bm7

Do, Ré, Ré min, Mi, Mi min, Fa, Fa min, Sol, La, La min, Si7, Si min7

C / Do

Once you feel comfortable with this version of C / Do, have a look at the more practical ‘intermediate C / Do’.

D / Ré

Dm / Ré min

E / Mi

Em / Mi min

F / Fa

Once you feel Comfortable with this version of F / Fa, have a look at the more practical, ‘intermediate F / Fa’.

G / Sol

Once you feel comfortable with this version of G / Sol, have a look at the more practical ‘intermediate G / Sol

A / La

Am / La Min

 

B7 / Si7

 

Bm7 / Si min7

There are of course many ways to play these chords, these are just the most common versions. Once you feel that you are comfortable changing between them, have a look at the Intermediate Chords article.

Happy Strumming,

Jimy


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