#1
So, I've been playing a lot in CGDGBE -tuning and made couple of songs with it, BUT I cant tell what chords im playing with it.

I hope someone could help

Chord #1:

E | - x -
B | - x -
G | - 0 -
D | - 2 -
G | - 0 -
C | - 0 -


Chord #2:

E | - x -
B | - 3 -
G | - 0 -
D | - 2 -
G | - 0 -
C | - 2 -


Chord #3:

E | - x -
B | - (0) -
G | - 2 -
D | - 4 -
G | - 0 -
C | - 4 -


Chord #4:

E | - x -
B | - 3 -
G | - 3 -
D | - 5 -
G | - 3 -
C | - 3 -


So if someone of you musical genies couldname these chords, it would be SPLENDID

thanks!
"He said I'm gonna buy this place and burn it down.
I'm gonna put it six feet underground.
He said I'm gonna buy this place and watch it fall.
Stand here beside me baby in the crumbling walls."

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Last edited by Erska96 at Dec 24, 2012,
#3
Quote by chronowarp
chord 1: C
chord 2: Em7/D
chord 3: Emadd9add11
chord 4: Ebmaj7


Thank you!
"He said I'm gonna buy this place and burn it down.
I'm gonna put it six feet underground.
He said I'm gonna buy this place and watch it fall.
Stand here beside me baby in the crumbling walls."

- Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
#4
Why that tuning?

It makes most chords unmovable and it seems to make simple chords even more simple to play?
#5
To figure out them by yourself just name the notes. You know the tuning and each fret is half steps. First chord: C and the two G strings are open and you are fretting the second fret of D string. What notes are they? - C, G, E (=second fret of D string) and G. Build a triad - C E G - that's C major.

Next time try figuring out the chords by yourself.
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