#1
i was reading music + playing my guitar when i saw a accompaniment chord that play on treble clef a B , C , + E note. B and C for the first octave are on the same string, how do u play it? (iamusingpsp) not finger picking , from berklee press MOdern Method for Guitar book.
Last edited by DisSatisfaction at Aug 13, 2009,
#4
You can't play two notes on the same string at the same time.

All I could think of for the chord was like this:

--0--
--1--
--X--
--2--
--2--
--0--
#5
Quote by blue_strat
|--0--|
|--0--|
|--5--|
|-----|
|-----|
|-----|

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#6
Could be how it was written...a tied or slide or even a grace note would put those two notes on the same string...for some form of Cmaj or maj 7 im thinking..could be on the G string .. 4 & 5th fret..open and first fret on the B string...or even the A string 2nd & 3rd fret

would need a bit more info to be sure....

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wolf
Last edited by wolflen at Aug 13, 2009,