Saturday, August 3, 2013

Open G Chord Chart

The most common chords in Open G tuning.

13 comments:

  1. Oops, forgot to mark the inversions. C, Cm, Csus2, and Csus4 are all inversions. To play them with C as the root, use the movable shapes, a la A and B, but on the 5th fret.

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  2. Is the E in the tuning a typo?

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  4. Maybe the C will be better if you push the second frat on D string too! ;)

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  5. Maybe the C will be better if you push the second frat on D string too! ;)

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  6. Almost every major chord requires muting the bottom (D) string. Why not just tune it to a G?

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    1. [Gets his 6 string to an F#, then followed by a loud "Twang!!" Realizes why it's tuned to D.]

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  7. I think B should be on 4th fret/

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  8. I am just trying 6th string tuned G and it looks good. For string I use the same dia as 5th string

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