All Guitar Chords Chart – Major Scales

Key I ii iii IV V vi vii°
C major C Dm Em F G Am Bm°
C ♯ major C♯ D♯m E♯m F♯ G♯ A♯m B♯m°
D♭ Major D♭ E♭m Fm G♭ A♭ B♭m Cm°
D major D Em F♯m G A Bm C♯m°
E♭ major E♭ Fm Gm A♭ B♭ Cm Dm°
E major E F♯m G♯m A B C♯m D♯m°
F major F Gm Am B♭ C Dm Em°
Key I ii iii IV V vi vii°
F♯ major F♯ G♯m A♯m B C♯ D♯m E♯m°
G♭ major G♭ A♭m B♭m C♭ D♭ E♭m Fm°
G major G Am Bm C D Em F♯m°
A♭ major A♭ B♭m Cm D♭ E♭ Fm Gm°
A major A Bm C♯m D E F♯m G♯m°
B♭major B♭ Cm Dm E♭ F Gm Am°
B major B C♯m D♯m E F♯ G♯m A♯m°
Key I ii iii IV V vi vii°

Extra

♯: This is called a sharp. When you see this symbol, it means this note is one semitone higher in pitch than the note it follows. C♯ is one semitone higher than C.

♭: This is called a flat. When you see this symbol, it means this note is one semitone lower in pitch than the note it follows. D♭is one semitone lower than D.

C ♯ major and D♭ Major are enharmonic. They're the same scales, just with different names and notation.

F♯ major and G♭ major are enharmonic as well.

Outro

I hope this table is helpful to you. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. Below is a picture version of the graph. You can download it for free by clicking on it.

Happy strumming,

Timo

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