#1
When you are using various tunings such as drop b or a or c etc. do the fingerings for the different chords change?
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#2
Obviously, yes.

Unless you're tuning all the strings lower or higher. Remember - it's all relative.
#3
duh, if notes of open strings change, obviously the fretted notes change.

lollerskates, drop A??
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#5
You need to know theory.
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#6
If you tune all strings up or down a certain amount then the chords will follow, meaning that tuned a full step down an A barre chord will sound the same as a G barre chord in standerd.
#7
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#8
Well, it helps to know triads. Let's say you want to know how to play a G major chord in a different tuning. A G major triad is made up of the notes of G, B, and E. So all you would have to do is find a way to play G, B, and D in a different tuning.

EDIT: D
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#9
Well, it helps to know triads. Let's say you want to know how to play a G major chord in a different tuning. A G major triad is made up of the notes of G, B, and E. So all you would have to do is find a way to play G, B, and E in a different tuning.

E?
when youre holding a G youre pressing on G then B then another G arent you?
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#10
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E?
when youre holding a G youre pressing on G then B then another G arent you?

Actually, it is GBD. A triad basically gives the chord it's basic sound. Finger a G chord for me in standard tuning. Notice the notes on the low E, A, and D strings. What notes are they? They are G, B, and D

I think you will find this lesson helpful http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/chords/what_chords_are_in_what_key_and_why.html


EDIT: D
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#11
Actually, it is GBE. A triad basically gives the chord it's basic sound. Finger a G chord for me in standard tuning. Notice the notes on the low E, A, and D strings. What notes are they? They are G, B, and E

I think you will find this lesson helpful http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/chords/what_chords_are_in_what_key_and_why.html



isnt this a g though


e|-3-|
B|-3-|
G|-0-|
D|-0-|
A|-2-|
E|-3-|
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#12
Actually, it is GBE. A triad basically gives the chord it's basic sound. Finger a G chord for me in standard tuning. Notice the notes on the low E, A, and D strings. What notes are they? They are G, B, and E

I think you will find this lesson helpful http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/chords/what_chords_are_in_what_key_and_why.html


Dude, it's not GBE

Look at the G major scale..

GABCDEF#G

1-3-5=GBD
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#13
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Dude, it's not GBE

Look at the G major scale..

GABCDEF#G

1-3-5=GBD


Oh! My mistake! Thanks for the correction
#14
Quote by modestmouse9191
Dude, it's not GBE

Look at the G major scale..

GABCDEF#G

1-3-5=GBD



kk that makes me make sense

E third fret = G
A second fret = B
D string is a d

but why do they use the B string Third fret
and e string third fret?
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#15
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kk that makes me make sense

E third fret = G
A second fret = B
D string is a d

but why do they use the B string Third fret
and e string third fret?


e third fret=G more G's won't change anything, you can have as many G's as you want, it's still a G maj chord

Also, B third fret is D, same thing with G's
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#16
^Because the E string 3rd fret is a G note, and the B string third fret is a D note.

So, you have the notes..


|-3-| - G = 1.
|-3-| - D = 5.
|-0-| - G = 1.
|-0-| - D = 5.
|-2-| - B = 3.
|-3-| - G = 1.
#18
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ohhhh
i see
it just makes the chord have a fuller sound


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#20
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Dude, it's not GBE

Look at the G major scale..

GABCDEF#G

1-3-5=GBD


hmm you changed his post he actually did write GBD read up.. lol
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#21
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hmm you changed his post he actually did write GBD read up.. lol

Nope. I changed my posts to avoid confusion for people who were reading it for the first time actually.