#1
From bad to the bone I see he uses this small 234 string chords
[--------------]
[-0-0-5-0-3-0]
[-0-0-5-0-3-0]
[-0-0-5-0-3-0]
[--------------]
[--------------]

I guess they are some sort of G-C-A#? but i will like some further explanation on this chords... do they work all over the neck?
thanks

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#2
The 0 is a G. The 5 is a C. The 3 is a A#.
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#3
It's all parallel major triads (2nd inversion). The open one is G major, the 5's is C major, and the 3's is Bb major.

If you stick to those three strings, sure, the shape works all over the neck for 2nd inversion major chords.

These particular voicings are something that can easily be exploited for slide guitar.
Last edited by Brainpolice2 at Aug 19, 2011,
#4
Quote by Brainpolice2
It's all parallel major triads (2nd inversion). The open one is G major.

So Gmaj-Cmaj-A#major?
Me very grateful

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#6
Yeah i saw it, thanks, the is no significant difference other than the naming right?

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#7
Quote by HectorBznRg
Yeah i saw it, thanks, the is no significant difference other than the naming right?


They are "enharmonic": they sound the same, the only real difference is how they relate to the key.

I'd like to point out that these are not necessarily second-inversion chords, depending on what the bass is playing. Out of context, yes they definitely are.
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