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| Good job. I love this song also. Any suggestions on how to play the G(add9)?|
-greenpanther87 | 9/22/2004
-Nashvillechick | 9/25/2004
|How do you play Gadd9? Doesn't |
320033 = GBDGDG? That is the same notes
as a regular G chord, just one more D and one less B. How do you play Gadd9?
-pollofrito | 11/14/2004
|yeah, I just found that out the other day. just play a regular G then. Cause that's|
what I meant by it.
-Nashvillechick | 11/16/2004
|The 'Gadd9' chord is as follows:|
It normally is used in conjunction of the 'Cadd9' chord, which is:
There is the 'G9' chord, which is:
The extra 'D' in the 'Gadd9' chord adds a little more variation to the chord, and you can tell the difference between a regular 'G' chord and a 'Gadd9' chord.
-charneus | 12/16/2004
|Hey I just noticed in you tabbing that you used Emi if you didnt no (in a polite way) you can just use (m) So Em and major would then be Emaj just might be useful info|
-sumtingwong | 1/12/2005
|I can't read chords, only tablature.|
-rhazel1 | 1/18/2005
|I had a chance to talk to Blue County's lead guitar player a few weeks ago and on "be'in critized" it's an Am...straight from the horses mouth.|
-ursula | 5/19/2005
|This is a great song. Does anyone know the chords to there song "Walk on Water"? |
-acecraig | 2/11/2006