#2
Don't think you can, btw what is everyones problem with barre chords, there quite easy I always found.
#6
For Bm:
e:2
b:3
g:4
d:4
a:x
E:x

For C#m, just move the whole formation up 2 frets. so:
e:4
b:5
g:6
d:6
a:x
E:x


For F#m (although this is alot thinner than the bar version):
e:5
b:7
g:6
d:4
a:x
e:x
There you go.
Last edited by cowboy_bill at Jun 23, 2008,
#7
Quote by myheart15
how to play F#m and C#m and Bm
without bar
ty guys


you can construct your own triads anywhere you want on the fretboard. For instance the interval for the triad is 1 3 5. All you need to do is take the first note, 3rd note, and fifth note(starting on each root note of each triad) of the F# minor scale and you've got the notes for your triads(F# minor is F#,G#,A,B,C#,D,E). F#m has the notes F#,A,C#. C#m has the notes C#,E,G#. Bm has the notes B,D,F#. Find those notes on the fretboard in a way that you can fret them and you've got your chords.

Hope I've made some sense.