#1
So Im messing around and not sure where to go with chords
I don't tab much so sorry if its hard to understand, would work better with a video or something.

Doing a rock/blues song (Hendrix style)


e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------5-------------
D|----------5--5h7-------------5------7----------
A|-----------------------------7------------------
E|----3h5------------8p5---------------------


Wich chords would you think would sound good with this?
I had this idea, but I dunno

e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|---7/9--7----5/7--5------------------------
D|-------------------------------2-----------------
A|---5/7--5----3/5--3--------2----------------
E|----------------------------------------------
#2
What you have for the solution aren't really chords - they're octaves. They still sound cool, though. I was thinking about playing a Gm over the first hammer on to the second hammer on, then playing a C from the first pull off to the C note on the 3rd string. From there, you could play an A on that last note, which is an A.

What do you think?
#3
.......Gm.............C................A
e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------5-------------
D|----------5--5h7-------------5------7----------
A|-----------------------------7------------------
E|----3h5------------8p5---------------------

Hopefully, this is easier to understand. How's this?
Last edited by KG6_Steven at Sep 29, 2010,
#4
Quote by KG6_Steven
.......Gm.............C................A
e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------5-------------
D|----------5--5h7-------------5------7----------
A|-----------------------------7------------------
E|----3h5------------8p5---------------------

Hopefully, this is easier to understand. How's this?



Trying a few chords with that progression