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Moveable Chord Resource

Postby rhapsodie » Mon May 30, 2005 2:49 am

I am looking for a damn good resource for moveable chord shapes in standard, Open G and Open D. I need shapes for things like dim7, Sus4, aug7, m9, 13, #7b5. Preferably with root on the E or A but D is ok too.

I have all the theory and have been working some shapes out but it's a mammoth task. Anyone got a fav resourse?
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RE: Moveable Chord Resource

Postby hashtaff » Mon May 30, 2005 5:51 am

[updated:LAST EDITED ON May-30-05 AT 02:02 AM (EST)]http://webpages.charter.net/timmr/spanish_tuning.pdf
http://eceserv0.ece.wisc.edu/~sethares/ ... unings.pdf

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RE: Moveable Chord Resource

Postby ricochet » Mon May 30, 2005 3:20 pm

The sus4's easy enough. A barre, with or without slide, with the string tuned to the third fretted one fret ahead of the barre.

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RE: Moveable Chord Resource

Postby jaybee » Wed Jul 06, 2005 5:17 am

at [link:www.chordbook.com/guitarchords.php?v=1|chordbook.com] you can change the tuning on the virtual guitar, then pick any chord in the chord finder - shows inversions too!
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RE: Moveable Chord Resource

Postby richard » Thu Jul 07, 2005 5:57 am

for open G i mainly use the highest 3 strings G, B, D. Using a barre, (major chord) the b string can be fretted one higher to create a sus4 ( as Ricochet explained).
The minor is the mirror image (lowered third).
seventh is barre plus d string fretted 3 higher. These are using the g string as a root.
Using the d ( lower) string as a root, you can use a relatively easyshape to make a four - finger chord.
substitute bass strings when you want a deeper sound.

hope this doesn't confuse you more!
for more open g chords, check out some banjo sites as well.

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