Major 7 - Left Handed
These chords are played near the NUT of the guitar in the 1st position. Chords that use open strings are known as Open Position chords.  All chords are Root Position chords as the lowest note of each chord is the Root with the exception of Ab which has the 5th in the bass.

In order to help learn the names of the notes of the Fretboard and for each chord they are written below each diagram. The numbers below the note names indicate suggested fingerings for the Left Hand. Beside each diagram is the Score with the chord symbol and Tablature.

A list of exercises using 3 chords at a time (DMa7 - GMa7 - AMa7, AMa7 - DMa7 - EMa7, GMa7 - CMa7 - DMa7 and CMa7 - FMa7 - GMa7) are at the bottom of this page.
AMa7
= A C# E G#


AMa7

AbMa7
= Ab C Eb G


AbMa7

BMa7
= B D# F# A#


BMa7

BbMa7
= Bb D F A


BbMa7

CMa7
= C E G B


CMa7

CbMa7
= Cb Eb Gb Bb


CbMa7

C#Ma7
= C# E# G# B#


C#Ma7

DMa7
= D F# A C#


DMa7

DbMa7
= Db F Ab C


DbMa7

EMa7
= E G# B D#


EMa7

EbMa7
= Eb G Bb D


EbMa7

FMa7
= F A C E


FMa7

F#Ma7
= F# A# C# E#


F#Ma7

GMa7
= G B D F#


GMa7

GbMa7
= Gb Bb Db F


GbMa7


The following exercises use 3 Ma7 chords each and show how to practice learning and changing between chords.




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