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Section 3 - Jazz Scales - Coming eventually! Free guitar lessons : Complete Beginners Method and loads of Blues, Jazz and rock : Learn how to play Guitar free here! Major and minor piano chords. Piano chords, or any chord for that matter, are formed by combining two or more scale tones (notes).
You now know the tones (notes) that comprise all 12 major scales and you can play these scales smoothly (not necessarily quickly…yet!). It is now time to apply this knowledge and begin combining the scale tones to form chords. You may also see this referred to as combining two or more intervals (if you are not familiar with this term go to major scales for an explanation). The simplest and most common type of piano chords is called the triad. As the name implies a triad is composed of 3 notes from the major scale. If you lower the 3rd tone one half step it becomes a minor triad.