Kookie Khords...

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Kookie Khords...

Postby houndog » Fri Oct 14, 2005 8:52 am

Hello,
you all got em ...so post a few of your give aways here.

In G tuning.

Any position on the fret board, But I'll use the 5th fret.Only pluck the fretted notes.

5th fret , 5th string = 1st finger
6th fret , 2nd string = 2nd finger.
7th fret , 3rd string = 3rd finger.
7th fret , 1st string = 4th finger.

Sounds nice if you get a John Martin pik'n'slap going.

Or if you want to practice your alt.bass lift your 1st finger off the 5th fret.

So boys and girls,what funny fretology you got going?

adios,
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby cheyenne » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:16 pm

>5th fret , 5th string = 1st finger
>6th fret , 2nd string = 2nd finger.
>7th fret , 3rd string = 3rd finger.
>7th fret , 1st string = 4th finger.

To unscramble my brain from trying to work this out in my head, it might be easier to visualise:

http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/2204/kook5of.jpg
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby spud camp » Fri Oct 14, 2005 7:18 pm

1st fret, 2nd string, 1st finger
2nd fret, 3rd string, 2nd finger
2nd fret, 4th string, 3rd finger

I think it has an odd haunting sound.
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby ricochet » Fri Oct 14, 2005 9:41 pm

>1st fret, 2nd string, 1st finger
>2nd fret, 3rd string, 2nd finger
>2nd fret, 4th string, 3rd finger
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>I think it has an odd haunting sound.

In either Open G or standard, those are, from low to high, E A C. 1st inversion of the A Major triad.



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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby stumblin » Sat Oct 15, 2005 6:16 am

"1st inversion of the A Major triad."
That's easy for you to say.
Sounds really nice if you play them in various sequences though.
Thanks guys.
I don't know any of these "fancy" chords in open tunings, so can't contribute material for this thread. I will be watching and learning though, so keep 'em coming.
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby badfinger » Sat Oct 15, 2005 8:49 am

"1st inversion of the A Major triad"

Minor.

Also,

>1st fret, 2nd string, 1st finger
>2nd fret, 3rd string, 2nd finger
>2nd fret, 4th string, 3rd finger

T'would be less disjointing if the 2nd and 3rd fingers were reversed.
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby houndog » Sat Oct 15, 2005 9:37 am

From Spud's chord,
I was trying it out in G tuning and on my first attempt got into the same place as Baddfingg as my 3rd finger found sitting on the 2nd fret 4th string hard.

1st fret, 2nd string, 1st finger
2nd fret, 3rd string, 2nd finger
>3rd< fret, 4th string, 3rd finger.

And if you pick these notes 4th,3rd,2nd,1st and then open and go back in reverve order you get the opening line to " Frankie and Johnny".
( and a bit of the Stars and Stripes )

nice stuff,
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby mickeypainless » Sat Oct 15, 2005 7:47 pm

>>>And if you pick these notes 4th,3rd,2nd,1st and then open and go >>>back in reverve order

Hey that's cool Houndog! I've been playin w/ that little structure and comin up w/ some sweet dittys! Thanx!
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby ricochet » Sat Oct 15, 2005 8:44 pm

>"1st inversion of the A Major triad"
>
>Minor.

Oops! You're right, bf, as usual.


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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby badfinger » Sat Oct 15, 2005 9:51 pm

;-)
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby badfinger » Sun Oct 16, 2005 10:51 am

Turnaround...

A couple of years ago, at the UK fest, Richard "Kingfish" shared a turnaround in open G, starting around 5th fret, first string, that was quite nice. I noted it down at the time, but have lost it. Now, when I try to remember it, all that comes out is a collection of the usual, more mundane devices; the one I have in mind had a slight difference about it that delighted.

Does anyone (I'm thinking Bluesmouse, etc) have this to hand, and if so can they post it up?
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby bluesmouse » Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:16 pm

[updated:LAST EDITED ON Oct-17-05 AT 04:24 PM (EST)]Hi BF,
Yes I know the one you mean. I think it may be this one? (don't have a guitar to hand right now):

Open G tuning:

-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5----5--3-- (Line A)
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-0-0-4-4-5-5-6-6-7----7-0--- (Line B)
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Line A= Third finger frets first six notes, then change to first finger for last five notes.

Line B= First finger frets the 4s, middle finger the 5s, second finger the 6's, third finger the 7s

Hope this was it!
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby badfinger » Mon Oct 17, 2005 9:25 pm

Hmmmm....

Not sure about that, 'Mouse. Doesn't seem right.

Thanks, anyway.
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby bluesmouse » Tue Oct 18, 2005 9:25 am

No worries, will let you know if I find any others.
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RE: Kookie Khords...

Postby badfinger » Tue Oct 18, 2005 10:10 am

Cheers, mate.

A propos a recent email (apologies for the non-response) being these days merely interested in light entertainment, principally of the shooty-bang genre, but requiring a reasonable degree of literacy and credibilty, I am finding delight in the works of one, Tony Hillerman.
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