Minor Major Seventh Guitar Chords

Minor Major Seventh Chords are played by adding the 7th note (one half step down from the octave) of the scale to a minor triad or chord, and are used commonly as passing chords. Minor/Major 7th chords do not necessarily have a sad or happy sound.

Examples of Minor Major Seventh chords with the roots on the Low E (6th) string.

Click on a chord to view more of its Minor Major Seventh Chord forms

C Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram D Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram E Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram F Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram G Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram A Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram B Minor/Major 7th Chord Diagram


Notes of the C Major Scale

C D E F G A B C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Minor Major 7 Chord Formula = 1 + 3b + 5 + 7

C Minor Major 7 Chord = C + Eb + G + B