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How is it possble to do a chord B5/E at the 1st measure,and as well at the 6th measure a G5/C chord maybe a capo?
You meant the sus2 chords? You can play that chord shape by using your index finger on the lowest note, middle finger on the middle note, and a pinky for the highest note. You have to angle your fretting hand so your thumb is behind the neck rather than "hanging" onto it, as this will allow you to spread your fingers further for chord shapes like that. As an example, for an Esus2 (B5/E) chord, it would be index on 7, middle on 9, and pinky on 11. Same for an Em chord -- index on 7, middle on 9, pinky on 12. The sus2 chords are used very frequently in progressive music. Hope this helps!
I can see this tab on my iphone app but not on my laptop... anyone know why? Want to print out the tabMike