Chords of G

The advantages of learning the chords in the key of G are discussed here. There are six significant benefits to mastering chord progressions in a given key. An open tuning allows you to play with various instruments, improve your improvisation and lead guitar skills, and even help you figure out those tricky chord progressions in your favorite songs.

Here Are 30 Ways to Play the G Chords 

Being the only major scale that includes the accidental F# making the key of G a frequent choice. This means you’ll often use it for everything from blues to pop. You can start playing the following standard G chord progressions right now.

  • G Sol major
  • Gm Sol minor
  • G+ Sol major increased
  • G# Sol-sharp major
  • G#m Sol-sharp minor
  • G#+ Sol-sharp major increased
  • Gmaj7 Major 7th chord from Sol
  • G#maj7 Major 7th chord from Sol-sharp
  • Gdim Reduced chord from Sol
  • G#dim Reduced chord from Sol-sharp
  • Gsus4 Sol major with quart instead of thirds
  • G#sus4 Sol-sharp major with quart instead of thirds
  • G6 Major 6th chord from Sol
  • Gm6 Minor 6th chord from Sol
  • G#6 Major 6th chord from Sol-sharp
  • G#m6 Minor 6th chord from Sol-sharp
  • G7 Dominant 7th chord from Sol
  • Gm7 Minor 7th chord from Sol
  • G#7 Dominant 7th chord from Sol-sharp
  • G#m7 Minor 7th chord from Sol-sharp
  • Gdim7 Reduced 7th chord from Sol
  • G#dim7 Reduced 7th chord from Sol-sharp
  • G7sus4 Major 7th chord with quart from Sol
  • G#7sus4 Major 7th chord with quart from Sol-sharp
  • G Major 7/6 from Sol
  • G# Major 7/6 from Sol-sharp
  • G9 Major nonchord from Sol
  • Gm9 Minor nonchord from Sol
  • G#9 Major nonchord from Sol-sharp
  • G#m9 Minor nonchord from Sol-sharp
Chords of G

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