Guitar practice randomiser|
By Neil Downing
This page generates a random key so that when you are practising guitar you don't get bogged down using the same scales every time you play.
The suggested use is:
Random key: C# minor
|↓ Scroll down to see the notes and chords in the selected key ↓|
Notes in the key of C# minor: |
C#, D#, E, F#, G#, A, B
Chords in the key of C# minor:
12-bar blues progression in C#:
Relative key: E major
Disclaimer: As a guitarist, I have a stereotypical disregard for music theory and, as such, I have no idea when I should use the terms "sharp" or "flat" (e.g. whether I should call a note C# or D♭), so I have used "sharp" in all cases here.