#1
i was wondering if anyone nows where i can find bar chord diagrams? cos i havent leran about the patterns as of yet so i dont know what to play when they say "B minor"
#2
A major with a 5th string root note would follow this pattern:


[size="3"]E-2
B-4
G-4
D-4
A-2
E-x[/SIZE]


A minor with a 5th string root note would follow this pattern:
     
[size="3"]E-2
B-3
G-4
D-4
A-2
E-x[/SIZE]


A major with a 6th string root note would follow this pattern:

[size="3"]E-2
B-2
G-3
D-4
A-4
E-2[/SIZE]


A minor with a 6th string root note would follow this pattern:

[size="3"]E-2
B-2
G-2
D-4
A-4
E-2[/SIZE]


Just move the pattern up or down the neck according to what note it is.

Eg. the first diagram is a B major chord because it follows the major pattern and its root note is a B, second diagram is a Bm because it follows the minor pattern and its root is B, 3rd is an F# major because its root is F and it follows the major pattern etc.

hope that helps
Last edited by Rundle at May 16, 2006,
#3
Quote by Rundle
A major with a 5th string root note would follow this pattern:


[size="3"]E-2
B-2
G-4
D-4
A-2
E-x[/SIZE]




I think you made a typo here, the pattern is
2
4
4
4
2
x
(B string is 4, not 2)