#2
Where did you see it?

I assume it means a C chord, which is the 3rd chord of a scale progression or something.

EDIT:
Or a C chord in its 3rd inversion
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#4
looking at the tab, i believe it means the 3rd inversion.
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#5
ok what is it?... I think i know what it is but i want to be sure.
#7
I believe ''Man On The Moon'' uses two different Cmaj chords.



  • [B]C (v1)[/B]

    |--0--|
    |--1--|
    |--0--|
    |--2--|
    |--3--|
    |-----|



  • [B]C (v2)[/B]

    |--x--|
    |--5--|
    |--5--|
    |--5--|
    |--3--|
    |-----|



The C (v2) is used only in the chorus, where as the C (v1) is used for the intro verse & pre-chorus.
Last edited by Johnljones7443 at Jun 25, 2006,
#8
Quote by Casmin_Fluffer
Triads don't have 3rd inversions.

And inversions are usually denoted by either 6 or:
6
4

-C_Fluff


I realised that after searchin google

But it has its original form C E G and then its two other inversions.

Im at a loss to what it means by C(III)
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