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SkyBlue Redfoo and grew up in Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades, where they formed the group LMFAO in 2006. Enharmonic Notes:In the above example for the G major scale, notice that the F# could also be called Gb. Keys - Creating Chords from the Major Scale:The theory behind figuring out chords that can be played in major keys is based off the major scale (likewise chords that can be played for minor keys are based off the minor scale).
Conclusion:At this point you should have a solid understanding of the chords you can play in any given key, and the theory behind "how and why" these chords came about. Theory can be figured out on the guitar, but it requires a bit more thought process to figure out which notes you are playing (unless you have the entire fretboard memorized).

These are called enharmonic notes because the two names F# and Gb both represent the same note. I will use C as the starting point and relate the distance of all the other notes to C.First we will start with the intervals in the C major scale shown above. Basic Triads (chords with three notes) like major, minor, and diminished chords, are made up for the 1st, 3rd, and 5th scale degrees. When first learning theory, it is usually best to keep things as simple as possible so you can focus on what is being taught.
Of course, you don't "have" to have any theory knowledge to write your own songs, but knowing this stuff will take a lot of the guess work out of writing.But as always, use your ears and they will tell you what sounds good and what doesn't.
So if you happen to have a keyboard or a piano handy I highly recommend using it when learning theory to help you understand it better, then transfer it over to the guitar.For those that do not have a piano, you also can use the picture below to help visualize what notes you are playing. So the question is how do you know which one to use, and does it matter what you call it?In a way it really doesn't matter which one you call it as long as you use either one of the correct names. If you say "play an F#" or "play a Gb" to another musician they should know what you are talking about in either case.However, from a theoretical standpoint the trick to knowing which enharmonic tone to use is you want to use every note from A to G one time in the major scale.

This is the same with the 3rd, 6th, and 7th, intervals.When you flat a Perfect interval it becomes a Diminished interval. These three notes are the only notes in a C major chord, but they can repeat as many times as you want.To build more chords off of the C major scale, go to the next note in the scale, which is D. Starting on D, build the D chord using the 1 3 5 scale degrees counting D as the 1 scale degree and making sure to use the notes given in the C major scale.
The 4th and the 5th are usually the only ones this will apply to, since you probably won’t ever see an augmented octave.

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