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#1
Endless Sporadic's "Impulse"
after the first chorus. those diminishing chords...

It seem that jass has most of these but whatever. it has to be sweet or soft something you girlfriend would like.

Err..what do yoo like?
No it does not have to be jazz.
Last edited by Myxer at Apr 25, 2008,
#2
Jass?

Do you mean jazz?
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#4
The chords in Jeff Buckley's Last Goodbye.

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#5
Eadd9
Asus2
Fmaj7
Dissonance is Bliss


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#10
Emaj9

0
7
8
6
7
0
Some people like cupcakes exclusively, while myself, I say there is naught nor ought there be nothing so exalted on the face of God's grey Earth as that prince of foods:



the muffin!
#12
the rain song by zeppelin
"I can picture in my mind a world without war, a world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that world, because they'd never expect it."
#13
Quote by Doodleface
Eadd9
Asus2
Fmaj7
you took that to heart.
#14
Not to sound self-indulgent but some of the chords and their strucutres sound pretty sweet.

Other than that, a lot of Mike Einziger's and Omar Rodriguez's unique chords are very sweet, if you want examples, try Drive and Southern Girl by Incubus, and Eriatarka by Mars Volta. Also, Karnivool write some pretty sick chords.
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#17
G major.


I don't know that many chords.
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#21
the one at the end of the guitar duel in crossroads
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#23
E x
B x
G 9
D 7
A 5
D 0
:
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#24
3
1
2
3
0
0

not sure what it is, but you can move it up the neck in any fret, and sounds really good
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#25
The acoustic part of Opeth - Godhead's Lament. It's simple, but beautiful...

Em, D, Dsus4, C, D, Dsus4 x2
G, D, Dsus4, C, Em x4
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#27
Quote by rougegratton
3
1
2
3
0
0

not sure what it is, but you can move it up the neck in any fret, and sounds really good

In that position, I believe it is Fadd9.
#28
Eh, don't remember the name, but it's in John Frusciante's "Dying song"

e--
B-7
G-8
D-8
A-6
E--
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools
#29
Quote by Bornlivedie UK
Emadd9
Asus2
C7
A7
Am9


Would that be played like this?:

e 0
B 0
G 7
D 9
A 0
E X
#31
Quote by dantheguitarist
Would that be played like this?:

e 0
B 0
G 7
D 9
A 0
E X


Yeah, one of my favourite chords
#32
Quote by dantheguitarist
Would that be played like this?:

e 0
B 0
G 7
D 9
A 0
E X


also:
e 0
B 0
G 0
D 4
A 3
E X

with some chorus is super sweet
#33
Quote by rougegratton
3
1
2
3
0
0

not sure what it is, but you can move it up the neck in any fret, and sounds really good


Castles made of sand....beautiful, absolutely.

I love pretty much any sus chord, especially the open D

4--0
3--3
2--2
0--0
x--x
x--x
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#34
You can't deny that when Fruciante hits that Emaj7 in 'Under The Bridge' is sounds pretty sweet.
#36
Quote by endless_fight1
D
A
F
C 0
G 0
C 0

That chord is beautiful! Wherever did you find it?! :O
#38
Quote by 100Roy001
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
9 8 6 1 1
9 9 7 2 2
2 2
0 0

From Joe Satriani's Love Thing


I was about to say that!

Not quite sure that's a physically possible way to play it, but it's the best intro ever...
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#39
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The chords in Jeff Buckley's Last Goodbye.


+1

Also in Hallelujah.
#40
can't forget the Overture to Tommy by the Who, and the whole see me feel me touch me heal me segments are one of the greatest four chords put together

Ebmaj7 | Fsus4 F | Fsus4 F | Emsus4

and the first chord of hard day's night

"The "busker's choice", a G7sus4, has been proved to be incorrect by none other than The Beatles' lead guitarist George Harrison himself. He has actually revealed what he played on his famous Rickenbacker 360/12 12-string electric guitar in an online chat on the 15th February, 2001:

Q: Mr Harrison, what is the opening chord you used for "A Hard Day's Night"?
A: It is F with a G on top (on the 12-string), but you'll have to ask Paul about the bass note to get the proper story.

Surprisingly simple really! This is a pretty easy guitar chord to play - even I can play it, and I'm hardly George Harrison standard! An Fadd9:

E ----3----
B ----1----
G ----2----
D ----3----
A ----x----
E ----x---- "
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