#1
I'm looking for a resource of open chord shapes for more alternative chords and chord voicing, such as 7sus4 and sus2 etc etc. I'm a big fan of using open chords and capo-ing to get the key I want, and I'm also a fan of chord's that aren't the standard major and minor. So anyone know of a place I can easily find the chord forms I'm looking for?
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www.all-guitar-chords.com might have what you're looking for
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www.all-guitar-chords.com might have what you're looking for


I use that quite a bit, but its a pain in the ASS to go through it to find the right chord in a useable open shape. I just want a good set of basic open chords (though in the spirit of 7sus4sus2 and the like), that I can move with my capoing.
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Still not what I'd looking for. I'm not looking so much for chords persay, as chord shapes.
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learn to construct chords yourself, and you'll never have this problem again.
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learn to construct chords yourself, and you'll never have this problem again.


Any susgestions as to getting started on this?

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/for_beginners/learning_music_theory_the_beginning.html Is this a good start for learning chord construction and music theory.
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Make em up yourself.

In the key of C, G, and D you can let any of the strings ring. In A you can let all but the G ring.. etc

Use your brain man ! Good luck


Uhh what? That makes absolutly no sense. Atall.
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Uhh yeah it does..

If you're in the key of C you have no sharps or flats, you can let any of your open strings ring, G, is only an F#, you can let any of the strings ring, D is C# and F#, again you can let any of em ring. A is C#, F# and G# you can let any of the strings but the G string.

It makes perfect sense.

I'm high as hell though so maybe I'm not explaining it well
#12
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www.all-guitar-chords.com might have what you're looking for

dude ive been trying to find some weird chords to spice up my songs.
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