#1
What does it mean when the chord has a little slash between the two letters?
Ive got a piece of sheet music, and it has an F6/C chord, and Im like wtf?
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#3
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It means that the note "C" is the bass note.


ah, ok. Thats what I thought, but I wasn't sure.

Thanks
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#4
Just to expand on that a little for anyone else who reads this thread, here's an example:

E|-0-|
B|-1-|
G|-0-|
D|-2-|
A|-3-|
E|---|

C major chord.

E|-0-|
B|-1-|
G|-0-|
D|-2-|
A|-3-|
E|-0-|

C/E chord. E is the lowest note, hence bass note.

E|-0-|
B|-1-|
G|-0-|
D|-2-|
A|-3-|
E|-3-|

C/G chord. The G is now the bass note.

So, everyone should understand that now.
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