What is Em7 chord?
E minor 7 (Em7) is a beautiful chord composed of the notes E, G, B, and D. The combination of the minor key (G is the flat 3rd of the major scale) and the 7th interval (D) give it a rich, interesting sound.
What is Am7 chord?
The Am7 (sometimes written as “ A minor 7” or “Amin7) chord is built to create tension and amp up the emotion in a song. Like most seventh chords, it has a sound that’s neither happy or sad. This is due to the fact that there is both a minor chord with a 7 interval wrapped up in the composition of a seventh chord.
How do you play an Em7 chord?
How do I play the open Em7 guitar chord?
- Place your 1st finger on the 2nd fret of the A string. (5th string.)
- Place your 2nd finger on the 2nd fret of the D string. (4th string.)
- Place your 3rd finger on the 3rd fret of the B string.
- Place your 4th finger on the 3rd fret of the high E string.
- Strum ALL the strings.
Which key is Am7?
The A minor 7 chord (Am7) is an A minor chord (A – C – E) with the ‘flat 7’ of the A Major scale included (G).
What note is Am7?
Am7 is a four-note chord consisting of A, C, E, G.
What does the 7 in Am7 mean?
The m in m7 refers to the chord being a minor chord, and the 7 refers to the added dominant 7th degree note. Don’t confuse this with just 7 chords, since those are major chords.