#3
Use google, come on.

A-String: 2nd fret 2nd Finger
D-String: 1st Fret 1st Finger
G-String (tehe): 2nd Fret 3rd Finger
B-String: 2nd Fret 4th finger

Notes are: B-Eb-A-C#

Formula is: 1-3-b7-9
Last edited by NotAJock2Day at Oct 7, 2007,
#4
My teacher wrote it out as x21222. Is that wrong? because thatd be tricky.
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#5
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G-String (tehe): 2nd Fret 3rd Finger




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#6
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My teacher wrote it out as x21222. Is that wrong? because thatd be tricky.


The "2" on top is the fifth, F#. It's not a necessary tone to voice the chord, so it doesn't really matter if its in there or not.
#7
Quote by ChickMagnet41
My teacher wrote it out as x21222. Is that wrong? because thatd be tricky.


Nope, that is perfectly correct it's just easier to play it as x2122x. Adding the 2nd fret on the thin e is an F# note which is the fifth of the chord. The composure of any (dominant) ninth chord is 1 - 3 - (5) - b7 - 9, where the notes in brackets are not necessary.

Now some might argue that the root is not necessary because it is likely that the bass will be playing it, but for our purposes...yeah.