A7 Guitar Chords Chart

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Guitar Chord: A7

 
-AEGC#E

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G-EAC#E

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-AEGC#E

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-AEAC#G

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EAEGC#E

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EAEAC#G

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Fret: 5
AE-C#G-

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Fret: 5
AEGC#EA

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Fret: 7
-EAEGC#

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Fret: 9
-G-EAC#

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Key

x = don't play string
o = play open string
If the same fingering appears for more than one string, place the finger flat on the fingerboard as a 'bar', so all the strings can sound.

See also the A7 Piano Chord

Examples of use
The 7th chord, also known as the Dominant 7th is so-called because it is formed from the 5th degree (or Dominant) of the scale. So in D major , the dominant 7th chord A7 resolves to D major

D



It's also possible to use the 7th chord as the dominant of other chords. For example, in G major, we could use A7 as the "dominant of the dominant". The notes of the A7 lead to D, which itself can then lead as a Dominant chord back to the tonic G.

D
G





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