#3
Thanks, I'll see if that form works out comfortably. BTW: Notice how nice my first little incarnation there sounds . So dreamy no? And even better up-picked!
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#4
technically yer right

3-G-R
2-B-3
4-F#-7
0-G-R
3-D-5

but probbably not 2 practical, for a more open but similar sound, try out:

x
10
12
12
12
14

or

x
10
9
11
12
x

there's others but I can't think right now...too sleepy
#5
okay sorry hehe - exactly what §tratôcaster said - I'm an idiot, apparently I can't read :P

and sorry for double-posting
#6
§tratôcaster's version there is quite practical, but a bit hard to nail, as it's a bit of a string to string streacher... my middle finger (on the high E) get's pivoted right to the nail almost... any remidy for this, or am I to figure this out?
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#7
^ use your pointer finger for the F#, middle finger for the B, and ring finger for the G bass note.

its kind of the opposite fingering position of regular open G.
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#8
Ok. Thank you. Both don't really have an inhearent comfort to them, but oh well... Tis the life of the guitarist to feel his pain .
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