#1
Can someone hook me up with a G, C, C/B, Em, D, and G/C bar chords in tab :l? Any would be greatly appreciated.
#3
e|-3---3---3---7---5---3-|
B|-3---5---5---8---7---3-|
G|-4---5---4---9---7---5-|
D|-5---5---5---9---7---5-|
A|-5---3---3---7---5---5-|
E|-3---------------------3-|
.. .G C C/B Em D G/C

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#4
If you're asking about barre chord positions I think you'd be better off learning not only HOW to make those chords but WHY they change as you move them up each fret. Then, from there, learn how to make those into a major or minor chord and 7th chord and major 7th chord, etc.... Look up "E" based and "A" based barre chords. I'm assuming you already know how to make an A or E chord without barreing?

Once you learn this you won't have to look at diagrams or chord charts anymore.