#1
What does this chord mean? Is it a combination of a G and F# chord?

How is it played? What is the name of the chord.

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#2
how does the chord look

in xxxxxx form
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#3
o, sry, didnt read

its a g with a f# in the bass

so its spelled as

220002 or 220032
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#4
yeah, its a really dissonant and akward sounding chord but theres a lot you can do with it at the same time
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#5
XD ok guys this is a split chord. what it means is that your playing a G with the bass note of a F#. its mostly used just for piano because on guitar most are hard to do but all you would realy do for this one is move whatever finger is on your low E down one fret to the F# note =D so icon's first xxxxxx thing is right =D
#6
i dunno about you guys, but this is a open G: 320033
if we put the basstone on the low E at f#, it should be 220033 (or 220003), right me if i'm wrong
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#8
What is wrong with you guys??
THIS IS A g/f#!

E 3
B 0
G 0
D 0
A 2
E 2