#1
I was just wondering out off the tabs and different ways....Which is the easiest and less complicated way to play im yours...For some reason im having trouble with it.Thanks
#2
I think the chords are Bmaj, F#Maj, G#min and Emaj, but I'm not sure. As far as the tabs go, the ones I've seen on here are pretty accurate.
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#3
There is a version using em, G, and two other open chords with a capo on 2 or 4, that would definitely be the easiest.
#5
^ That, capo'd up to 4. Also, this should have been in A&C....I think.....
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#6
Ok probably shoulda put this in my post...Best way to play without capo...or chords? I know i know im being picky...Please?
#7
Just play it without the capo and it would just be a little lower when you play is all.
Otherwise just dish it out and get a capo. They are really handy and all after all.
#8
Well i have a capo but i usually dont bring it with me anywhere cuz i lose them so i try to learn songs without them so if anyone knows the less complicated way to play please let me know. Thanks
#9
Well it looks like the one with the 4th fret capo and basic open chords i beleieve would be a good one. I played through it some and it sounds right (minus my horrible strumming of muted chords and stuff). I have someone at school who plays it with barre chords or power chords or something and it sounded good too but i cant find a version on here that doesnt look really weird...