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Casio ctk-496: users guide
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Using the Chord Book
Chord Name Modifier Keys
Symbol
Chord
and
Type
Name
C
major
(C major)
Cm
minor
(C minor)
Caug
aug
(C augmened)
Csus4
sus 4
(C sustained
forth)
Cdim
dim
(C diminished)
C7
7th
(C seventh)
CM7
M7
(C major
seventh)
Cm7
minor 7
(C minor
seventh)
CmM7
(C minor
minor M7
Major
seventh)
Cm7-5
(C minor
minor 7-5
seventh flat
five)
E-28
Modifier
Reference
Key
C+5
Cmaj7 C∆7
ø
C
Symbol
Chord
and
Type
Name
C7sus4
7sus 4
(C seventh
sus fourth)
Cadd9
add 9
(C add ninth)
Cm add9
m add 9
(C minor add
ninth)
Cs7-5
7th-5
(C seventh
flat five)
Cdim7
dim7
(C diminished
seventh)
NOTE
• Since the chord fingerings that appear on the display
are selected to allow chord play within the
accompaniment keyboard, inverted chord forms (page
E-26) are often suggested. Inverted chord forms are
useful to help you learn how to play chord variations
that make it possible to move from one chord to another
with minimal hand movement. These forms come in
handy when using FINGERED Auto Accompaniment
play.
• While a chord name is on the display, you can press
keys on the accompaniment keyboard to find out the
fingerings of the same chord with a different root.
• You can also scroll through chord names using the [+]
and [–] buttons.
• Chord fingerings that appear on the display are formed
using only the keys within the range of the
accompaniment keyboard (leftmost 18 keys). Chords
that cannot be formed using the keys within this range
are not displayed.
Modifier
Reference
Key
C7 5
627A-E-030A

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