In the diagrams on the left, I am showing some basic information about the theoretical spelling of the "diatonic seventh chords" and "power chords" contained within each key. The larger "highlighted" sections of the fretboard diagrams show what I refer to as "Symmetrical Fingerings". By this I mean that the notes on the "highlighted" adjacent strings are located on the same frets; therefore you would commonly use the same fingers to play the notes on these adjacent strings.
The diagrams on the right feature "highlighted" sections to show the top part of the "3 blues boxes" located in each key and the relationships between the "major and relative minor scales" and the "major and relative minor pentatonic scales" in each key.
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