#1
Hey, I see a lot of artists play cool chords that are easy to transpose, so as I know the major/minor chords and dim/aug/7th chords, in open position, can you give me any advice for chords the are easy to transpose around the neck that don't require much change in finger position? Thanks.
#2
err
theres a bunch Dm7 to D/Cm7..or C/Dm7 idk how to you write it-->root on the E string with a C in the bass (play 8th fret on E string instead of 10th)

they sound cool lol..

also G6 chord...if you flip your 4th and first finger around its a G flat i believe?
idk i havent tried those out...

if you wanted, PM me and i could email you chord possitions for 7th chords, 6th chords, minor 7 flat 5 chords, diminished, half diminished, major 7th, minor 7th, minor 6th
its a bunch of chord maps on one thing and it basically has the roots on E A and D strings..
so its alotta chords.
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#3
Good way to do it is use the F pattern or the B minor pattern. Or just change notes in that. Take an open chord most likely, i dont always do that. And just you know switch into that on the neck and just feel it out.

i suggest like F, Fm, Bm, Gb, Gbm, G, A, Am, things like that. I mean all of those as barre chords.