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FINDING GUITAR BARRE CHORDS HARD?

FINDING GUITAR BARRE CHORDS HARD?

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5 thoughts on “FINDING GUITAR BARRE CHORDS HARD?”

  1. @elijahkleinhenz4246

    This type of grip probably allows for a much easier and more consistent high E ringing, but it looks so much harder.

    I prefer to just bar with first finger and bar the “A” shape with my third. Allows for much easier transitions

  2. @hihowsitgoing2867

    The sick sound is cool though actually. Dissonant but in the right context it could work to add tension

  3. @wiebenijenhuis1825

    Cb5 chord, very cool.

    Edit: C(#11) should be the correct notation. Works over a C chord in the key of G

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