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Standard Tuning.


e|-----------|-----------|-7/9--9---9--9---9--|--------------|
B|--3-3-3--3-|--7-7-7--7-|-8/10-10--10-10--10-|--------------|
G|--2-2-2--2-|--7-7-7--7-|-9/11-11--11-11--11-|-9-9--9-9-7-6-|
D|--0-0-0--0-|--7-7-7--7-|-9/11-11--11-11--11-|-9-9--9-9-7-6-|
A|-2-----2--2|-5-----5--5|--------------------|--------------|
E|-----------|-----------|--------------------|--------------|


You just repeat that.
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jmcoronado2 wrote on August 15 2013, 10:22 pm

Is any other way to play the third chord... Greetings from Mexico!

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Hydra150 wrote on August 16 2013, 12:31 pm

Well if you want to keep the same voicing (with that high C# note) then your only other option is to play


e]x
B]14
G]14
D]16
A]16
E]x

but if you want to change the voicing you have many options - it's just a F#m chord
for example


A](4)
E](2)

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Hydra150 wrote on August 16 2013, 12:33 pm

Well if you want to keep the same voicing (with that high C# note) then your only other option is to play


e:x
B:14
G:14
D:16
A:16
E:x

but if you want to change the voicing you have many options - it's just a F#m chord
for example


A:(4)
E:(2)

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