Tenor Banjo Chords
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Tenor Standard Tuning: CGDA
Tenor "Chicago" Tuning:
bold X, 0
and numbers are the frets to place
your fingers. X means do not play,
0 means play open and the
numbers are the fret numbers. When a number is underlined
it means to add 10 to the number—so a 5 underlined
would be fret 15. 2 underlined would
be fret 12. All numbers 1-9= 1-9.
All numbers 1-9= 10-19.
The letters at the top of each chord layout are the actual notes being played.
The numbers at the bottom are the degrees of the chord (1-3-5) when a number is
preceded with a “b”, it means that degree note is flatted. So b3 would
mean the 3rd degree flatted. This format will hold true for all of the Major,
Minor and 7th chords.