Chords in numbers are usually written in Latin letters.
There are also Russian designations, but much less often. How to take a chord, indicated by one or another letter of the Latin alphabet?
Guitarists are more likely to face this issue. At the same time, the same sounds can be on different strings and different frets.
The chord, which is written in the lowercase Latin letter g, can be taken in different positions.
You will need
- - the determinant of chords-
- - Tablature.
Remember what sound is indicated by the letter g or G. The scale begins with a note la, which in Latin is called A or a. Accordingly, g is a salt. That is, a chord designated as G or g will be either a major major triad or a minor minor. There was a tradition to designate in capital letters a major, and lowercase - a minor.
Remember what sounds go into both chords. In G-major it will be salt, si pure and re. In the minor of the same name, B-flat is taken instead of pure si. These chords, like all others, have appeals. They can be denoted by 6 or 46 lower indexes after the letter, but this is not always the case. Quite often there is simply a g or G icon, and in what it will be addressed - the musician decides.
The most common salt is a minor chordIs taken on the third harm. The fourth and fifth strings remain open. The first, second and third can be clamped with a small barre or medium, ring-name or little finger. The index finger clamps the sixth string on the same fret.
You can apply a large barre. Squeeze all the strings with your index finger. Hold the fourth and fifth on the fifth fret. If you take a large barra for the time being, then limit yourself to small ones. Clamp the first three strings in the same place, and the middle or index - the fourth on the fifth fret.
In the third position, another option is possibleChord. Positions are determined by the most extreme left side of the fret involved in the chord. Press all the strings with your index finger. The little finger tighten the first to the sixth fret, and the middle and nameless - the fourth and fifth on the fifth.
There are several options for the fifth position. A large barre is placed barre on the fifth fret. The remaining fingers in the first case clamp the first, third and second strings. Lada, respectively, the sixth, seventh and eighth. The second way is a small barre, on thin strings the fingers are put in the same order.
The minor minor chord in the tenth position is as follows. Set the barre on the tenth fret, on the eleventh, grip the second string, and on the twelfth - the third and fourth.