Tenor Banjo Chords

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"E"
"C"
"D"
"F"
"G"
"A"
"B"
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Tenor Standard Tuning: CGDA
Tenor "Chicago" Tuning: DGBE
"C"
"D"
"E"
"F"
"G"
"A"
"B"
The 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.
To see finger placements for Chords go to Tenor Banjo Inversions
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