#1
I really have a hard time to do these type of chord,

(finger)
7(4)
5(1)
6(2)
7(3)
7(3)
5(1)
Im always muting the 6, and if not its the 5 (B string)
I need help and tips, thanks for the help!
#2
That's not a common chord. If you really need all of those voices, you could just get rid of the bottom two notes.
#3
bar the first finger in the seventh fret... sounds clean.
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#4
The A string 7th fret and B string 5th fret are also the same note in different octaves.
#5
Quote by 吉他手成年
Try playing:
7 (4)
5 (1)
6 (2)
X (muted by 2)
7 (3)
5 (1)

Since the E-string 5 and the D-string 7 are the same note in different octaves, you can get all the notes of the chord to sound out if you finger it that way. Although the root note will only sound once instead of twice, it should be fine.

EDIT: Sorry I wrote it upside down first

sounds good to me!
#6
I Know but I mean, when you barre chord with your 3 finger

It can be
x
x
6
7(3rd finger)
7(3rd finger)
5

I will always mute the 6(G string)
*I know in this case I can take my 4th finger, but in some situation you cant.
#7
I think your best bet is xx7657. If you want another root, put your thumb on the bottom string for 5x7657
#8
Quote by kstebor
I think your best bet is xx7657. If you want another root, put your thumb on the bottom string for 5x7657



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