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This is the Cmaj7 chord.
This is an alternate way to finger and play the C major seventh chord.
Another way to fret your C major 7 chord.
This is the C major seventh chord played with a G bass note. This is also known as a "slash" chord.
This voicing features a common movable shape combined with open strings.
This is a Cmaj7 chord played in third position.
This voicing for Cmaj7 is commonly used in the jazz genre.
Notice the fingering used for this Cmaj7 chord. Typically, this chord is played with the second and third fingers.
The fifth of this Cmaj7 chord is doubled.
The third is omitted from this Cmaj7 chord.
This is a set 3 voicing for Cmaj7.
This is an "inside" voicing of Cmaj7 that is frequently employed by pianists.
An alternate fingering is used for this Cmaj7 voicing. Notice how the fifth (G) is omitted from the chord.
The open E string is combined with high fretted notes in this Cmaj7 voicing.
This voicing for Cmaj7 is played in first inversion. This voicing is commonly used in jazz comping.
This Cmaj7 chord is played in first inversion.
This inverted voicing for Cmaj7 is played in first inversion.
This Cmaj7 chord is played in second inversion.
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