#1
I recently bought the trinity college rock school grade 5 guitar tab book and am planning on taking my exam in february so need 2 learn pieces quickly.
My guitar lessons are in school and I am on half term atm so need a quick bit of help.
The first piece alka setzer has a bass and drum solo in which I am required 2 play rythem guitar over the back. The chords F# and G are no problem but how are B9 and C9 played as bar chords on the second and third fret and D7 and C7 played???
Much help on this would b appriciated thankx
Hywel

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#2
well couldnt you just take any old 9th chord, and play the chord shape as a bar chord higher on the neck? That'd prolly get the job done. making it a bar chord doesn't change it from being a 9th chord, just to a different note chord of the same exact type.
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#3
Quote by spiroth10
well couldnt you just take any old 9th chord, and play the chord shape as a bar chord higher on the neck? That'd prolly get the job done. making it a bar chord doesn't change it from being a 9th chord, just to a different note chord of the same exact type.

that's the problem i ain't 2 gd on theory how do u play 9th chords and 7ths
Hywel

My Equipment


Squier Strat
Ibanez AR-300
AXL Electro Acoustic 12 String
Palma Spanish Guitar
Johnsons Mandolin

Fender 15 watt frontman practice amp
Fender 65 watt Princteon amp