#2
it would be x32010

that note there is a C note. as with most standard chord you would aim for strumming the root note (C)

the other two chords are either an inversion of C or with Different roots either way they are all C Chords
Last edited by Martindecorum at Oct 22, 2009,
#3
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Quote by Martindecorum
it would be x32010

that note there is a C note. as with most standard chord you would aim for strumming the root note (C)

the other two chords are either an inversion of C or with Different roots either way they are all C Chords



Yeah i do this way. x32010
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#6
X32010 = Root Chord

032010 = 1st Inversion

332010 = 2nd Inversion
#10
Another somewhat common voicing is to play the G on the first string, 3rd fret, so you have x32013
#11
Yes the G note on the E string would make it an inversion. Proper way is to mute the E altogether.
#12
X32010 is C. 032010 is C/E. 332010 is C/G.
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