#1
Hey, a friend and I are working on trying to harmonize one of her songs. I've added some barre chords, but now we're trying to look for harmonies for the root chords. The chords are:

Gsus2:
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---0---
---3---

Cadd9
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---3---
---0---

G/E
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---2---
---0---

Dadd11
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---0---
---2---


If anybody can help, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all.
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#2
well...i cant help ith the harmonizing, but i can reccomend trying this...it may clean it up:

Gsus2:
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---X---
---3---

Cadd9
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---3---
---X---

G/E
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---2---
---X---

Dadd11
---3---
---3---
---0---
---0---
---X---
---2---
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#3
You could just try simply playing them higher...

Gsus2:
---5---
---8---
---7---
-------
-------
-------

Cadd9
---3---
---3---
---5---
-------
-------
-------

G/E
---7---
---8---
---9---
-------
-------
-------

Dadd11
--10--
---8---
---7---
-------
-------
-------
#4
or place a capo on the 7th fret and play

Gsus2:
---10---
---8---
---7---
---7---
--10---
-------

Cadd9
---8---
---8---
---7---
---10---
---7---
--(8)----

G/E (though probably more like Em7)
---7---
---8---
---7---
---9---
---7---
--(7)----

Dadd11
---10---
---7---
---7---
---7---
---10---
---10---
Last edited by seljer at May 14, 2006,