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Let's see first how the different types of chords are called in this book.
C : C-Major chord
Am: a-minor chord
C#: Cis-Major Chord
Cb: Ces-Major chord
C/E: C chord with E bass.
Cdim: C diminished chord
Chalfdim: half Diminished chord
C1: a single C-natural note
C3: a third dyad. Often referred as C (if the third is Major third)
C5: fifth dyad, often referred as power chord.
C6: C Major triad plus 6th degree (usually on top)
C7: C seventh. C-Major chord plus minor 7th degree.
Cmaj7: C with major 7th added (CEGB)
C9: C ninth. C-Major chord plus a D (2nd or 9th degree) on top.
C11: This is C suspended 4th and minor 7th.
C(6): The backing track plays C Major chord, while the lead instrument or vocal holds a 6th degree.
C5,7: This is mainly a C7 chord omitting the third degree.
C*: This refers either to a riff centered around the C-natural note or a complex chord with C root which can more precisely be defined by spelling it out.
/C: the previous chord repeated, but the bass is moved to C.