E major chord for piano (including E/G# and E/B inversions) presented by keyboard diagrams. Piano chord name: E (E major) Piano sound: Notes and structure: E Ab B (R 3 5) Chord Categories: basic major triad Major chord : Other Notations: EM Chord Construction: R = E E + major interval = Ab (scale degree = 3rd) Ab + minor interval = B (scale degree = 5th) E on other instruments: E piano E guitar E ukulele E mandolin E banjo On the picture of the keyboard, you can see the three notes of the E chord marked in red color. The E major chord occurs naturally in the following keys: E major (chord I) / C# minor (chord III) A major (chord V) / F# minor (chord VII) B major (chord IV) / G# minor (chord VI) E Major (No 5th), E Power Chord, Esus, Esus2, E6, E6, E6/9, Eadd9 Other Major Chords C , C# , Db , D , D# , Eb , E , F , F# , Gb , G , G# , Ab , A , A# , Bb , B Explanation: The regular E chord is a triad, meaning that it consists of three notes. Theory: The E major chord is constructed with a root The lowest note in the chord, a major third An interval consisting of four …