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Hey,
I'm learning a song that has a F#minor7 in it and I can't find out how to play it, no tab site has it listed. Does anyone know how to play it? Thankyou!!
#3
Quote by Dream Floyd
Bar the 2nd fret, and play the 4th fret of the A string...


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Including the fifth makes it sound muddy imo.
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#6
The shapes suggested above are correct, but there are several ways to play the chord. I suggest learning more than one chord shape in order to figure out which one works better with what you're playing. Learning how to build chords is an even better approach.
#7
look at what chord you have come from and what position that was in to work out the best voicing for the chord
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Quote by BlisteringDDj
Including the fifth makes it sound muddy imo.



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#11
Quote by MapOfYourHead
Find the notes F#,A,C# and E on the neck, and play them.


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#12
if you are a beginner with barre chords and need a workaround chord play the first 3 strings holding down at the 2nd fret, with your index finger on the 1st 2nd and 3rd strings only, it will work.

I teach a lot of people who are learning to play for the first time, so they can help in worship roles at their church and F#m7 is a common chord in E and A songs, so I give them this work-around while they work up their muscle and strength skills...and add tot heir chord vocabulary.

Make sure that you play only the first 3 strings. If you are new to the guitar, hope this helps.

Best,

Sean
Last edited by Sean0913 at Sep 8, 2010,