#1
Sometimes I see in vids people play the c chord shape up high on the neck.

I do this sometimes with the d shape, and the barred e maj & a minor shapes

I tried it a few times with c and it sounds wrong. What is this chord? I'm probably missing something simple or hitting an open string I shouldn't or its position-dependent (only works at a certain place due to the open string still being in the right key)
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#2
try this shape,

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thats a D chord using the "c shape"

you can move that up and down the fret board easily
#3
E-8
B-8
G-9
D-10
A-10
E-8

Theres just the usual barre chord shape.
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#4
Might be these chords, I could be wrong


|--0---------| This one is the back half of a barred A I use it a lot it sounds great
|--5---------|
|--6---------|
|--7---------|
|--0---------|
|-------------|

|--0---------| This one goes well with the last chord.
|--5---------|
|--4---------|
|--6---------|
|-------------|
|-------------|


If you just mess around with those two positions all over the neck you'll figure out which one to use at what spot.
I hope I helped a little.

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