#1
hey im learnig fade to black and i need help with this chord. how do i play a Bm flat ( over 6). thanks for all the help you guys have given me , love you all here
#2
I dont know much rhythm guitar but is it...
1 <---high e, fret one
2
3
3
1
1 <--low e
I thiiiinnnkk thats it, but its ages since I studied rhythm guitar, so youl probably want to check it out with someone else
#3
That would be a B/F barre chord.
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#5
Quote by Rankles
That would be a B/F barre chord.


Well, it's Bbm according to a chord chart I'm sitting here looking at right now...is that different than Bm flat? What's "over 6"? You'd think this stuff would be straight forward...
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#7
It's got an F for a root for a start.
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#8
Nope. I went and dug out me old chord book. I was right <--smug face
According to the "Guitar Case Chord Book," but I dont think it matters anyway, as the guy who made the thread doesn't seem to have come back.
#9
If you're looking for Bbm:
1
2
3
3
1
X

or

6
6
6
8
8
6

What tab are you looking at and getting this from? If we compare this tab to the actual song full transcribed we can better determine the correct chord.

Bry
#10
Quote by supermoose89
I dont know much rhythm guitar but is it...
1 <---high e, fret one
2
3
3
1
1 <--low e
I thiiiinnnkk thats it, but its ages since I studied rhythm guitar, so youl probably want to check it out with someone else



um.... I thought it was x13321 ?
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#11
Quote by supermoose89
Nope. I went and dug out me old chord book. I was right <--smug face
According to the "Guitar Case Chord Book," but I dont think it matters anyway, as the guy who made the thread doesn't seem to have come back.


Yours is actually Bbm/F because you have the low E fretted on the first fret, F, making F the lowest note in the chord, instead of Bb.

Bry
#12
Quote by BigFatSandwich
um.... I thought it was x13321 ?


it is, he was wrong
#13
she did say that she didn't know much about rhythm...
aw well. Stupid chord book made me look like an idiot!