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sophieg22  
7 Mar 2006 11:08 | Quote
Posts: 24
ok im trying to learn some songs but most of them have a B chord in them. Can anyone give me the tabs for the B chord.
Ibanezzz  
20 Mar 2006 11:27 | Quote
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Hetfield_and_Hammet  
7 Apr 2006 05:41 | Quote
Posts: 7
go to the guitar chord section of this website.
Hetfield_and_Hammet  
7 Apr 2006 05:43 | Quote
Posts: 7
BTW it's not like Ibanezzz said it's:

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hope this helps.
Hetfield_and_Hammet  
7 Apr 2006 05:43 | Quote
Posts: 7
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Chimzar  
13 Apr 2006 15:07 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Being a beginner, you probably do not have the hand strength or stretch that you need for a B chord, so there are ways around it. In many cases, depending on the genre, you can get by playing a B7 chord (low to high): x21202. Another way to play a B chord is to use the basic non-barred F chord shape and moving it up to the seventh fret, fingered like this (low to high): xx9877. This is an actual B chord and it is easier to play than the most common type: x24442.
luckyhubbie  
7 May 2007 10:21 | Quote
United States
Posts: 69
you can also play the B without using the bar chord
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or

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REDSTRAT  
25 Oct 2007 06:09 | Quote
Joined: 25 Oct 2007
United States
Karma
IF YOU PLAY THE 6 STRING 2ND FRET THAT IS REALLY B/F SAHRP
REDSTRAT  
26 Oct 2007 22:30 | Quote
Joined: 25 Oct 2007
United States
Karma
IS ANY ONE ON THIS PLACE
Reign_of_Praine  
27 Oct 2007 00:38 | Quote
Posts: 1
Or you can play a full B bar chord on the 7th fret:

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