#2
I'm not sure I understand your question...
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#4
That means you play a E chord with a C below it.

So you'd need to play the Bar E chord with the 8th fret on the low E string below it.

I think atleast...


e
B
G 9
D 9
A 7
E 8
#5
Quote by Dm1027
That means you play a E chord with a C below it.

So you'd need to play the Bar E chord with the 8th fret on the low E string below it.

I think atleast...


e
B
G 9
D 9
A 7
E 8



arent you playing a C chord with a E bass(root)?
#6
Quote by szekelymihai
arent you playing a C chord with a E bass(root)?



Maybe I got it backwards... dont really use tabs much =\

I'd bet you're right
#8
not been using UG (tabs) for that long wondering where C/E chord is played says fr 5 does this mean starting on 5th fret

It is indeed most often meant as a C major chord with an E-note in the bass (slash-chords is a term you encounter often for this).

-x7555x- is a way of plaing this at the fifth fret. Alternatively, you can make the top note a C, or if the music calls for it, a B ( -x75558- and -x75557- respectively)

if you are not bound to the fifth fret in particular, you can also play a C/E like this (-xx2010-) or this (-xxx988-). Depends on where the other chords in the piece are going. "Voiceleading" is the term here (ie. try to play chords staying in the same basic fret position as the other chords, it makes melodic transitions flow more smoothly)
#9
the easiest C/E is

0
1
0
2
3
0

but that's in open position.
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