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Secondary Chords - G Major
The secondary chords for any major key are the II, III and VI chords of it’s corresponding major scale. For G Major the secondary chords are: Am, Bm and Em.
From the primary and secondary chords of a major key countless songs and chords progressions can be played.
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Every major key has four major triads, three minor triads and one lone diminished triad.
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