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What is G7 chord?
The G7 chord is comprised of the same three chords that make up the G major chord (G, B, and D), plus the addition of a seventh interval – the F note. When strumming a G7, listen for these four notes that are blended together to form the full chord: G, B, D and F.
What is G B on piano?
G/B. If you see the chord G/B, this means to play the G chord with B as it’s lowest note. So on the piano, you’ll play the G chord in the right hand and B as the left hand note. Or if you’re playing the chord in your left hand, play the first inversion of the chord.
Why is it called a 7 chord?
The name comes from the fact that the flat seventh occurs naturally in the chord built upon the dominant (i.e., the fifth degree) of a given major diatonic scale. The note G is the dominant degree of C major—its fifth note. The note F is a minor seventh from G, and is also called the dominant seventh with respect to G.
What does the 7 mean in G7 chord?
When it comes to 7ths just a ‘7’ indicates a dominant 7th chord and that has a flat 7th. G7 = G dominant 7th = (1, 3, 5, b7) = (G, B, D, F), this is the V (“five”) chord in the Key of C major.