C7\E Banjo Chord
C (with E added as the lower note) dominant seventh for banjo

C7\E for Banjo has the notes C E G Bb and can be played 20 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 5 m7.


Banjo chord name
C7\E (C (with E added as the lower note) dominant seventh)
Notes and structure
C E G Bb (R 3 5 m7)
Related Chords
C7 ;
Alternative Names
Cdom\E   Cdom7\E  
Chord Construction
R = C
C + major interval = E (scale degree = 3rd)
E + minor interval = G (scale degree = 5th)
G + minor interval = Bb (scale degree = minor 7th)

Banjo chord charts

C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord
C7\E banjo chord




Scales Related to this chord

F major F melodic minor G melodic minor F ionian F harmonic minor D natural minor G dorian A phrygian A#/Bb lydian C mixolydian D aeolian E locrian C diminished (halftone - wholetone) D#/Eb diminished (halftone - wholetone) F#/Gb diminished (halftone - wholetone) A diminished (halftone - wholetone) C#/Db diminished (wholetone - halftone) E diminished (wholetone - halftone) G diminished (wholetone - halftone) A#/Bb diminished (wholetone - halftone)



References related to this chord

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia
Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia
 
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