E7 Ukulele Chord
E dominant seventh for ukulele

E7 for Ukulele has the notes E Ab B D and can be played 1 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 5 m7.


E7 Chord

Full name: E dominant seventh
AKA: Edom   Edom7  


E7 Ukulele Chord Charts

E7 ukulele chord


E7 Chord Structure

Notes: E Ab B D
Interval structure: R 3 5 m7

Chord construction:
R = E
E + major interval = Ab (scale degree = 3rd)
Ab + minor interval = B (scale degree = 5th)
B + minor interval = D (scale degree = minor 7th)


E7 on other instruments

E7 piano
E7 Piano chord chart
E7 guitar
E7 Guitar chord chart
E7 ukulele
E7 mandolin
E7 banjo



E7 Chord Harmonized Progressions

A major scale harmonized 7th chords
Amaj7 Bm7 Dbm7 Dmaj7 E7 Gbm7 Abm7b5

F# natural minor scale harmonized 7th chords
F#m7 G#m7b5 Amaj7 Bm7 C#m7 Dmaj7 E7

A harmonic minor scale harmonized 7th chords
Am(maj7) Bm7b5 Cmaj7#5 Dm7 E7 Fmaj7 Abdim7

B melodic minor scale harmonized 7th chords
Bm(maj7) Dbm7 Dmaj7#5 E7 Gb7 Abdim7 Bbm7b5

A melodic minor scale harmonized 7th chords
Am(maj7) Bm7 Cmaj7#5 D7 E7 Gbdim7 Abm7b5


E7 summary table

Ukulele chord name E7 (E dominant seventh)
Notes and structureE Ab B D (R 3 5 m7)
Chord Categories major chord with a minor 7   7th chord  
Other Notations Edom   Edom7  
Chord Construction R = E
E + major interval = Ab (scale degree = 3rd)
Ab + minor interval = B (scale degree = 5th)
B + minor interval = D (scale degree = minor 7th)
E7 on other instrumentsE7 piano
E7 Piano chord chart
E7 guitar
E7 Guitar chord chart
E7 ukulele
E7 mandolin
E7 banjo



References related to this chord

major chord with a minor 7   7th chord  

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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