#1
how do u play those chords, not those in specific, but all the chords with "/" with them.
#2
the first note before the slash is the chord you are playing, the one after it refers to a bass note you add to that chord.
#4
So you're playing the chord thats first eg, A 002220, and you're also hitting a bass note of C sharp, making it 042220
#5
It indicates the chord inversion that's supposed to be played.

For example:

A/C#

Notes in the A major chord: A C# E

If the C# is meant to be in the bass: C# E A or C# A E, then the chord is in first inversion.
#7
Quote by audiorapist
So you're playing the chord thats first eg, A 002220, and you're also hitting a bass note of C sharp, making it 042220


Not to nitpick, you're close but thats incorrect. Both 002220 and 042220 would be A/E chords since E is the lowest note played. For an A/C# chord you need C# to be the lowest note played. x42220.
#8
Quote by Confusius
It indicates the chord inversion that's supposed to be played.

For example:

A/C#

Notes in the A major chord: A C# E

If the C# is meant to be in the bass: C# E A or C# A E, then the chord is in first inversion.

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