#1
Hello, not sure if this is the place where this belongs..

anyway

Was watching this video earlier today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMZhGEXSZyo&feature=related

and I couldn't help but notice how awesome it sounds

I've been trying to figure out the chords for a while now, but I certainly can't get it all down..

Could someone maybe tell me quick which chords she's playing, I think I'd be able to manage with that..

Thanks in advance
#2
Quote by Spaminator92
Hello, not sure if this is the place where this belongs..

anyway

Was watching this video earlier today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMZhGEXSZyo&feature=related

and I couldn't help but notice how awesome it sounds

I've been trying to figure out the chords for a while now, but I certainly can't get it all down..

Could someone maybe tell me quick which chords she's playing, I think I'd be able to manage with that..

Thanks in advance



Are you serious? It's a simple blues progression, like...the ABC for guitar players
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#4
Ok, in that case...It is just E-A-B. Simple blues form
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#5
Well yeah, I was at I-IV-V with E-A-B already, and someone else told me it's E7/A7/B7 most likely, but those are the oen chords I'm guessing, I don't know about the barrés :/
#6
The barre chords are still 7 chords. You can tell because he lifts up his pinky when playing them. In the standard E barre chord, when you lift your pinky from the D string, and let your barreing finger fret the note, you've got yourself a 7 chord.
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