Below is a guitar chord key chart for both the major and minor keys. To learn more about how these chords are formed, check out Building Chords from the Major Scale.

Major Keys

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KeyIiiiiiIVVvi*vii
CCDmEmFGAmBm♭5
C#C#D#mE#mF#G#A#mB#m♭5
D♭D♭E♭mFmG♭A♭B♭mCm♭5
DDEmF#mGABmC#m♭5
E♭E♭FmGmA♭B♭CmDm♭5
EEF#mG#mABC#mDm♭5
FFGmAmB♭CDmEm♭5
F#F#G#mA#mBC#D#mE#m♭5
G♭G♭A♭mB♭mC♭D♭E♭mFm♭5
GGAmBmCDEmF#m♭5
A♭A♭B♭mCmD♭E♭mFmGm♭5
AABmC#mDEF#mG#m♭5
B♭B♭CmDmE♭FGmAm♭5
BBC#D#EF#G#mA#m♭5

* The vi (6th) interval of a major key is the relative minor key. The relative major/minor keys share the same key signature and chords, only the intervals are re-numbered to reflect the minor root. Read more about relative major and minor keys.

Minor Keys

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KeyiiiIIIivvVIVII
AmAmBm♭5CDmEmFG
A#mA#mB#m♭5C#D#mE#mF#G#
B♭mB♭mCm♭5D♭E♭mFmG♭A♭
BmBmC#m♭5DEmF#mGA
CmCmDm♭5E♭FmGmA♭B♭
C#mC#mDm♭5EF#mG#mAB
DmDmEm♭5FGmAmB♭C
D#mD#mE#m♭5F#G#mA#mBC#
E♭mE♭mFm♭5G♭A♭mB♭mC♭D♭
EmEmF#m♭5GAmBmCD
FmFmGm♭5A♭B♭mCmD♭E♭m
F#mF#mG#m♭5ABmC#mDE
GmGmAm♭5B♭CmDmE♭F
G#mG#mA#m♭5BC#D#EF#

* The III (3rd) interval of a minor key is the relative major key. The relative major/minor keys share the same key signature and chords, only the intervals are re-numbered to reflect the minor root. Read more about relative major and minor keys.