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SVGA  
30 Sep 2005 01:23 | Quote
Posts: 7
hi all :)
I visit this site very frequently ,cuz i like it very much:)I play alternative rock music. I am searching for chords who are indificated with rich and deep filing (for classical guitar) and heavy (for electric)
I make my own edition and i'll be glad if you can help me
thank you !
Tamriel  
30 Sep 2005 13:33 | Quote
Estonia
Posts: 17
this one is cool for electric guitar

--x--
--x--
--4--
--x--
--2--
--3--
Chimzar  
30 Sep 2005 15:09 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Here are a few I like:
G#m7b5 G Aadd9 C Em9
e x 10 0 x 0
B 3 8 0 x 3
G 4 0 6 12 0
D 4 9 7 10 4
A x 10 0 7 2
E 4 x x x 0
Chimzar  
30 Sep 2005 15:10 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Crap! It screwed up my spacing, so you will never know my secrets.
fear_of_fobiaz  
17 Oct 2005 07:20 | Quote
Posts: 3
halu master chimzar! the one u post, is it read like d tabs? i don't understand/..plss help..

thanks
Chimzar  
17 Oct 2005 16:55 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Here are the chords again

G#m7b5, G, Aadd9, C, Em9
--X-- -10-- --0-- --X-- --0--
--3-- --8-- --0-- --X-- --3--
--4-- --0-- --6-- -12-- --0--
--4-- --9-- --7-- -10-- --4--
--X-- -10-- --0-- --7-- --2--
--4-- --X-- --X-- --X-- --0--
dadio_detroit_blues  
18 Oct 2005 09:39 | Quote
Joined: way back
United States
Karma
I like the Aadd9 that Chimzar uses. I also use with it

Asus2sus4 and Dadd9

--x-- --x--
--0-- --x--
--7-- --0--
--7-- --7--
--0-- --7--
--0-- --0--

These chords sound great on an accoustic guitar. Not too shabby on the electric.
dadio_detroit_blues  
18 Oct 2005 09:42 | Quote
Joined: way back
United States
Karma
After you play the Dadd9, try sliding down the neck and play an Asus2 on the second fret. Slide with your 2 finger and hammer down on with the 1 finger.

--x--
--0--
--2--
--2--
--0--
--0--

Happy Chording
MEade  
6 Nov 2005 20:45 | Quote
Posts: 4
e 2
g 0
b 4
d 0
a 5
e 3
MEade  
6 Nov 2005 20:52 | Quote
Posts: 4
e-0-7-7-2-0-0-0-0-------
g-0-0-5-0-0-0-5-2-------
b-1-x-6-4-8-0-6-3--------
d-4-0-5-0-9-9-7-4-------
a-2-x-0-5-9-9-0-4-------
e-0-3-0-3-7-0-x-0-------
ninjamaster  
17 Jan 2006 10:19 | Quote
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Karma
i would like to call these notes plus 2E's and a B. ill start with the standard E.
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 2 4
2 3 5
2 3 5
0 o o
E F G

i used a small o to indicate that that string is optional and usualy omited. this gives the F and G a heavy spanish flavor. moi bueno!!!
SVGA  
3 Jun 2006 03:58 | Quote
Posts: 7
YEAH ,,/ WHAT CAN I SAY!!! THISE CHORDS ARE GOOD ;)
LOT OF THANKS :)
tyler  
14 Jun 2006 20:24 | Quote
Posts: 1
here is cool chord if you don't know it already. I've used this in one of my chord progressions that i play on acoustic/electric guitar. These kind of chords make the chord progression so much more interesting and better!

Em9:
e-2
b-3
g-0
d-2
a-2
e-0
SVGA  
28 Jun 2006 14:14 | Quote
Posts: 7
i know one like those of ninjamaster:
e-2-3-5
b-3-4-6
g-2-3-5
d-0-0-0
a-0-0-0
e-0-0-0

-actualy this cords are D -> D# -> F
they sonding spanish :)
bloodxsweatxguitars  
13 Feb 2010 23:22 | Quote
Joined: 13 Feb 2010
Karma
heres a cool chord progression

e-x x 7
b-12 12 7
g-11 11 7 9
d-9 0 9 10
a-10 9 9 7
e-x 10 7 8

so just strum as you like with each chord. any way you strum it usually sounds pretty good. so hope you like, and enjoy
BodomBeachTerror  
13 Feb 2010 23:54 | Quote
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Canada
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4 year old posts for the win!
AlexB  
13 Feb 2010 23:54 | Quote
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Mexico
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Almost 4 years later
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Feb 2010 00:11 | Quote
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Canada
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haha 2 posts in the same second for the win =p
deadman2k666  
14 Feb 2010 15:09 | Quote
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Canada
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Karma: 2
heres a few of my favourites

Dmaj Gadd9

e x--5
B x--0
G 11-4
D 0--0
A 0--5
E 10-3
izzie_stakks  
16 Feb 2010 09:12 | Quote
Joined: 10 Oct 2008
Karma
e
B 10
G 9
D 8
A x
E 8

flat5 raised9 baby :)
thatguitarguy  
2 Jul 2011 17:39 | Quote
Joined: 24 Aug 2010
United States
Lessons: 1
Karma: 12
figured id bring this back to see if their are any more cool ones that you have come up with.



e----
b--3-
g--2-
d--1-
a--x-
e--1-

this is my favorite one for the metalz
AlexB  
2 Jul 2011 17:45 | Quote
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Mexico
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5 years later

lol

nice one
MuseFan  
2 Jul 2011 18:16 | Quote
Joined: 18 Jan 2009
United Kingdom
Karma: 4
James Bond Chord :P

x
7
8
9
10
0
DanielM  
3 Jul 2011 02:06 | Quote
Joined: 11 Apr 2011
United Kingdom
Lessons: 1
Karma: 12
0
0
8
10
9
7

A chord I picked up from total guitar.
neomass1  
3 Jul 2011 05:54 | Quote
Joined: 10 Apr 2010
United States
Karma: 11
e-x
B-8
G-10
D-13
A-10
E-7

Real chord no joke. Its a fun jazz chord that involves hooked bar chording.
thatguitarguy  
3 Jul 2011 09:14 | Quote
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United States
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Karma: 12
how the hell do you do that one neomass?
Empirism  
3 Jul 2011 11:52 | Quote
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Finland
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Karma: 35
I think by doing capo on 7th... cant figure another way...
gshredder2112  
3 Jul 2011 19:50 | Quote
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United States
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@ emp and tgg
play the 13 the note on the d string with your
pinky first Then play the 10th not on the A string with your
middle finger,then the 10 on the G with your third finger.
the start a bar with your first finger on the
7th on the E string,and while holding that finger down
angle it a bit,until you can hit the 8th note on the B.

\M/(*-+)
gs2112
DarkRiff  
3 Jul 2011 20:35 | Quote
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United States
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My god, this was before I even joined. I feel young again.


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