What is major cord means???
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In music theory, a minor chord is a chord having a root, a minor third, and a perfect fifth. When a chord has these three notes alone, it is called a minor triad.
Probably the most important chord in music, the major chords comprise the core of countless songs and will be the first chords you will likely learn. A major chord is a triad, which means it is a chord made up of three notes. Major chords are often described as happy chords.
Let’s take a look at how to build them.
The major chord contains the 1st, 3rd, and 5th notes of a major scale. For example, below is a C major scale. The notes of a C major chord are the 1st (the root note), 3rd, and 5th notes, which are C (the root note), E and G.
Notice that the octave (the 8th note) is also part of the chord. In fact, either of the notes C, E and G can be played in any octave on the guitar and it will still be called a C major chord.