Well, the other day browsing a bit, I found this little image, it is bastente well; find most basic chords on guitar (Spanish, electric, acoustic…).
The chords are named in the English form, should know not this nomenclature, I would explain above:
- The nomenclature is done through letters, so our scale (Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si), in the English nomenclature would be (C, D, E, F, G, A, B):
- A = La
- B = Si
- C = Do
- D = Re
- E = Mi
- F = Fa
- G = Sol
- The chords also carry a letter eme, when M (uppercase), is called the major chord, and when m (lowercase) is called minor chord.
- There are many who carry a number, for example 7; these chords are called seventh chords, because they carry footnote 7 counting on the scale from the note of the chord (this note seventh may also be higher or lower, but more on that later).
I hope you enjoy it, I already have taken a little out of the picture, hehe.