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nullnaught  
14 Jun 2010 21:19 | Quote
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E---10---- Now try the same
B---12---- patern starting
G---13---- on the 1st fret.
D---15----
A---------
E---------
harleyofdoom  
17 Jun 2010 16:34 | Quote
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holy hand-cramp batman... thats almost a 7 inch stretch if your little finger is on the 1st fret. unlikely I'll be using that in a song any time soon
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Jun 2010 16:44 | Quote
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diminished chords are fun
deadman2k666  
17 Jun 2010 20:33 | Quote
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ive been ***in around with double drop d tuning, soo much fun!
hamad  
18 Jun 2010 03:22 | Quote
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i think this is a G#maj7 ... correct me if i'm wrong
TANCLAWS  
11 Sep 2011 18:20 | Quote
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@hamad

It could be either:
Ddim7, G#dim7, Fdim7, or Bdim7
JustJeff  
12 Sep 2011 12:38 | Quote
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These chords are the reason why alternate tunings exist :)
nullnaught  
12 Sep 2011 13:58 | Quote
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Can anyone here play that pattern on the 1st fret. I can not.
DanielM  
13 Sep 2011 04:14 | Quote
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I can just about but it's so much of a stretch I couldn't use it in a song with a bar or so rest to get my fingers to work
Domigan_Lefty  
13 Sep 2011 05:14 | Quote
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Try it as (1st fret pattern)
e:3
B:4
G:3
D:1

and
e:10
B:11
G:10
D:8
nullnaught  
13 Sep 2011 12:22 | Quote
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This thread is more about the stretch than the chord.


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