#1
I need to know how to play these chords.

Bbmi(add2)

Ebmi(add2)

Daug


thanks in advance
#2
If you're getting in to jazz, then you should already have a firm grasp on intervals, both in theory and on the guitar, so you should be able to work these out yourself.
#4
Look them up at all-guitar-chords.com

..and then learn the theory


btw, what does "mi" mean? minor?
Last edited by tollestrup at Aug 14, 2008,
#6
Where did you see those chords? They would be more appropriately labeled Bbmin(add9), not (add2). Just a heads up if you're trying to look them up in a chord book or on a site. Someone made a "mistake".
#7
okay fine, I'll help you out


Bm(add9)  Ebm(add9)  Daug (or D+)

e|-7--|    |--11--|   |----|
b|-7--|    |--11--|   |--3-|
g|-7--|    |--11--|   |--3-|
d|-11-|    |--15--|   |--4-|
a|-9--|    |--13--|   |--5-|
E|-7--|    |--11--|   |----|
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#8
Quote by Your_Dad
okay fine, I'll help you out


Bm(add9) Ebm(add9) Daug (or D+)

e|-7--| |--11--| |----|
b|-7--| |--11--| |--3-|
g|-7--| |--11--| |--3-|
d|-11-| |--15--| |--4-|
a|-9--| |--13--| |--5-|
E|-7--| |--11--| |----|

It was Bb minor (add9), not B. Just a heads up.

I personally would play 13, 11, 10, 13 on the A, D, G, and B strings respectively. But that's just me.

Or an even easier one would be 8 6 6 8 on the D G B and E strings respectively.

But your choice all depends on what chords you're coming from and going to, and the feel of the song and the guitarists role in the band.

If you're playing it solo on an acoustic, 6 4 3 5 on the E A D and G strings has a nice mellow sound to it. You could vamp on that for a while.
Last edited by PSM at Aug 14, 2008,