7TH CHORDS

Before tackling this course, you should be comfortable with all the
material from
Dominant 7th Chords

Time to test your new skills! Dan takes you through, from start to finish, a few examples of 7th chords to make sure you totally understand how to build them. When you are confident try the examples beneath the video to really test yourself!

To get the most out of this video, grab a pen and paper and try to actually work out the chords Dan is asking you on the video. If you would like more of a challenge, then try the following:

**Can you work out a Dmaj7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

Maj7 = 1 3 5 7, therefore the **Dmaj7 is D, F#, A, C#.**

**Can you work out a Em7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

m7 = 1 b3 5 b7, therefore the **Em7 is E, G, B, D.**

**Can you work out a C7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

dominant7th = 1 3 5 b7, therefore the **C7 is C, E, G, Bb.**

**Can you work out a Fm7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

m7 = 1 b3 5 b7, therefore the **Fm7 is F, Ab, C, Eb**

**Can you work out a Amaj7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

maj7 = 1 3 5 7, therefore the **Amaj7 is A, C#, E, G#.**

**Can you work out a B7 Chord?** (Click to reveal answer)

Dominant 7th = 1 3 5 b7, therefore the **B7 is B, D#, F# A.**

*All done?*

Congratulations

You've now completed Theory Lab: 7th Chords and taken a huge step forwards in your guitar playing journey.

Feel free to bask in glory for a while, or go ahead and try another course if you're hungry for more.