What is a b7 chord on guitar?
The B7 guitar chord is often one of the first few chords a beginner guitar player learns. It is played as a sort of barre chord on the second fret. You bar the A, D, and G strings with your first finger. You then pick up the F# with the third finger and the D# with the pinky finger.
How great is our God chords?
[Chorus] G How great is our God, sing with me, Em7 How great is our God, and all will see, C D G How great, how great is our God. [Bridge] G Name above all names, Em7 Worthy of all praise, C My heart will sing D G How great is our God.
Why is it called B7 chord?
B7 AKA “B dominant 7” uses the flattened 7th of the major scale. Adding the non-flattened A# would be “B Major 7”. Strictly speaking – thinking about derivation – B7 derives from the dominant degree (V) of the E major scale, in which A is diatonic. That’s why it’s called a “dominant” 7th in the first place.
What chord can I play instead of B7?
Here is how to play the full alternative of the B7 chord:
- Put your first finger on string D at fret 1.
- Now place your second finger onto string A at fret 2.
- The third finger will go to string G on fret 2.
- And lastly your fourth finger on the high E string at fret 2.