Serenade Steve Miller Guitar Tabs G Major 7 Chord

Serenade Steve Miller Guitar Tabs G Major 7 Chord

Serenade Steve Miller Guitar Tabs G Major 7 Chord

The song “Serenade” by Steve Miller Band is a great example of using a major 7 guitar chord. You can hear a G major seven played in the open position at 0:53 in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPsdlso6-X8

The chords to this section, which begins at 0:51 are G, Gmaj7 and Am. These chords are notated for guitar in the tab below.

E----3----2----0--------------------------------------|
B----0----0----1--------------------------------------|
G----0----0----2--------------------------------------|
D----0----0----2--------------------------------------|
A----2----x----0--------------------------------------|
E----3----3-------------------------------------------|

The verses to this song use the chords Am, F and G as notated in the tabs below.

E----0----1----3--------------------------------------|
B----1----1----0--------------------------------------|
G----2----2----0--------------------------------------|
D----2----3----0--------------------------------------|
A----0---------2--------------------------------------|
E--------------3--------------------------------------|

To learn more about major seven chords for guitar, including which popular songs use them, see Fretboard Theory Chapter 10: Chord Extensions.

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