There are a total of 74 closed and open suspended guitar chords that can be built from the key of C major. Those chords are for the types sus (or sus4), sus2 and sus add9. The sus add9 chord is sometimes notated as sus4 sus2 (or sus2 sus4). I list 34 of those guitar chords in this article, the remaining 40 are in other articles.
This article covers the notes in the minor triad, minor 6, minor add 9, and minor 6 add 9 chords. I also have 41 open guitar chord shapes for Dm, Em & Am, the 3 minor chords from the key of C major. I also include chord equivalents, chord resolution tendencies and other notes on the minor chords in C major.
I found close to 600 open and closed chords in the key of C major. In this article, I have 70 open chords for C, F & G for the following chord types: major triad, 6, add9, 6 add9, add9/11 & 6 add9/11. You may not have heard of some of the chord types but give them all a try. I only play chords that sound good.
The strophic form, or AAA song form, is interesting in its simplicity and ability to tell a story. It is commonly seen in folk and country music, as well as in ballads, Christmas carols, religious hymns. I cover the defining features of the AAA song form, list examples and have notes on how to write a song in this form.
I cover the 7#11 and 7♭5♭9 guitar chords in detail including the intervals in the chords, the scales that build the chords and the notes for the chords in the keys of G and Db. I also have 6 closed voicings for the chords and another 10 open chords for G & D♭.
Most guitar players are familiar with the 7#9 chord, and some may have used or seen a 7#5 chord as well. The 7#5#9 combines the 2 chords for a fantastic dominant 5 chord. I cover the intervals in the chord and the notes in a G7#5#9. I also have a few open and closed guitar chord shapes.