C minor Triads
Here is a collection of diagrams showing C minor triads. There is a diagram at the bottom of the page that shows the standard notation and the tab of each of the triads shown in the diagrams. The triads are shown on groups of 3 strings.
A triad is a three note chord. The C minor triad consists of the 1st (C), minor 3rd (E♭), and 5th (G). The flatted third distinguishes the minor triad from the Major triad. All of these C minor triads consist of the C, E♭, and G notes.
As you move up the guitar fretboard you are playing different inversions of the C-E♭-G triads.
Notice the repeating patterns.
You should strive to move up the guitar neck fluidly through the triad patterns.
Learning triads is a wonderful way to become familiar with the fretboard and the chord structures within.
C minor triads for guitar on the E, B, and G strings
C Minor triads for guitar B, G, and D strings
C minor triads for guitar G, D, and A strings
C minor triads for guitar D, A, and E strings