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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Rasputin13, Aug 11, 2017.
What is that from? It's cool.
there are starving kids all over the world that would love to have your fingers.
x10121112x if you have to have the root on the same spot.
how many fingers do you have on one hand?
my bad...didnt see the pic
That format gets a little strange when you go above the 9th fret.
I believe David Gilmour has small fingers. And the next time you are struggling think of Django Reinhardt.
That one doesn't seem hard. You need to rack that pinky. Try this one
O -7 -9 -11- 9- 0 (E add 9) hold it there for a couple hours at a time
oh man you're in trouble if you want to play any Robert Fripp tunes
Why use your pinky? Use 3 2 1 you don't need the high B note on the E string either.
Extra credit for Fripp content ! Frippertronics rule.
That's my solution too.
I can play that chord but I can't get my pinky in place fast enough so I don't use it. Let the bass player fill the bottom end is my reasoning.
True you can just play Bm if the bass player plays the G. But you can play the root with your 3rd finger.
ChordBank iOS app.
What if your body can't assume that twist?
Then break a bone so it will.
I'm learning the thrill is gone, so I'm playing Bm7 on 8th fret and Em7. Problem is the Gmaj7 then F#7.
here is how i like to play those chords when i play the thrill is gone....
Gmaj(7)......sometimes i just use Gmaj