#1
I ve just picked up a few bits of info about slash chords. But iam still not sure.
-Can any so me an example of some of the basics of knowing slash chords.
-and whns the best time to use them and how??
#2
A slash chord is a chord where the name of the chord is not in the bass. Eg. For the chord C/E, it is a C chord with the E in the bass. The note in the bass does not have to be part of the original chord. You could have a C/F# where F# is the bass of a C chord.
#3
Quote by ColdbulleT
A slash chord is a chord where the name of the chord is not in the bass. Eg. For the chord C/E, it is a C chord with the E in the bass. The note in the bass does not have to be part of the original chord. You could have a C/F# where F# is the bass of a C chord.


Indeed ... +1