#1
i wanna challenge myself. i feel great because i've conquered this chord.

e 0
b 6
g 5
d 3
a 3
e 3
#3
individual chords dont challenge me anymore hard chord progression thats where its at nowadays

but seirously try this one
e4
b5
g5
d6
a6
e3
i belevie its a G#majorminor6addb9/G
my rhthm guitrist hates me
Last edited by supersac at Jan 3, 2012,
#6
e4
b4
g3
d3
a4
Ex

not too difficult but it's one of my favorite chords.
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#8
Quote by supersac
individual chords dont challenge me anymore hard chord progression thats where its at nowadays

but seirously try this one
e4
b5
g5
d6
a6
e3
i belevie its a G#majorminor6addb9/G
my rhthm guitrist hates me

Some kinda polychord.

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  Eb
Last edited by mdc at Jan 4, 2012,
#10
1 x 5 5 5 1 <--- cannot do an additional barre on the 5's, not allowed to. And it's a very useable chord!
Last edited by evolucian at Jan 4, 2012,
#11
0
6
12
10
8
5
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#12
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0
6
12
10
8
5

-0
-9
-5
-7
-8
-8

Small barre but tricky barre.
#14
Quote by QuantumMechanix
-24
-3
-22
-1
-12
- 1

IV7 - I in C major. High E acts as a pedal to provide dissonance in F13 and a consonant sounding major 3rd in the chord that follows. Lol.

Lets simplify it...
--0-0
-3--5
-2--4
-1--5
----3
-1-

Yes I do have a life.
#15
Quote by mdc
IV7 - I in C major. High E acts as a pedal to provide dissonance in F13 and a consonant sounding major 3rd in the chord that follows. Lol.

Lets simplify it...
--0-0
-3--5
-2--4
-1--5
----3
-1-

Yes I do have a life.

Yeah but I want all the notes to be in the same octave. And impossible to play
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#16
You could get someone to help like in that Paul Gilbert video.
#18
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B-2
G-3
D-4
A-5
E-6
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#19
Quote by supersac
individual chords dont challenge me anymore hard chord progression thats where its at nowadays

but seirously try this one
e4
b5
g5
d6
a6
e3
i belevie its a G#majorminor6addb9/G
my rhthm guitrist hates me


That
#21
e x
B x
G 8
D 9
A 7
E 5

A personal favorite for tough chords. Sounds delicious too!
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#23
Quote by ehhthatguy
i wanna challenge myself. i feel great because i've conquered this chord.

e 0
b 6
g 5
d 3
a 3
e 3

The chord progression section in Always With Me Always With You, where it changes in to B Minor tonality.
#27
*barre chord, i think just moving up and down the neck with all the different positions can be tough anyone can do the individual chords. a diminished chord into a A barre or something you know.
#28
Since you seem like you're just out to prove a point, I have a suggestion.

Buy an acoustic 12 string, jumbo body. Preferably a Guild. (They have sturdy but sorta chunky necks).

Leave the acoustic light gauge strings on it, (.053 E-6).

Tune it up to concert pitch. Practice with some, "easy barre chords", by playing "Pinball Wizard", at position, for about a half hour or so.

Let us know how that works out for you.
Last edited by Captaincranky at Jan 12, 2012,
#29
e 4
B 1
G 1
D 1
A 3
E 4
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#31
*shrug* It seems like the only bar chords that could be construed as particularly "hard" are going to be a handful of rarely used ones that involve wide stretches or awkward fingerings, like a few of the examples given in this thread. But then what's "hard" about them isn't specific to bar chords, it's the same thing that's "hard" about any chord involving wide stretches and awkward fingerings.