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A simple variation of the "E" chord brings you to the this "E" 7th chord - yet another easy one to play.
The "E7" barre chord played using the "A7" shape.
An alternate way to finger the E 7th chord.
This voicing of E7 utilizes the shape of the basic C7 chord.
This voicing combines open strings and notes fretted in sixth position. It utilizes the shape of the "open" B7 chord.
This voicing of E7 features the fifth scale degree in the bass.
This is a rootless voicing of E7.
Notice how the open E strings are combined with this common, movable chord voicing.
This 9th position version of E7 is a movable chord voicing.
This voicing provides another option for "open" E7.
This three string voicing for E7 is commonly used in the jazz and blues genres.
This four string voicing for E7 utilizes a movable chord shape.
This voicing for E7 has a wide variety of potential applications.
This E7 chord is played in second inversion.
This E7 power chord is frequently used in blues shuffle riffs.
This is a four string voicing of an "open" E7 chord.
The fifth (B) is omitted from this E7 chord.
The fourth string is omitted from this E7 voicing.
The fourth string is omitted from this E7 chord.
The second string is omitted from this voicing of E7.
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The E7 guitar chord can also be played in other tunings: