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A chord problems

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Telecasterless, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. Simoninhyogo

    Simoninhyogo TDPRI Member

    Age:
    48
    26
    Oct 21, 2017
    Japan
    Me neither, personally but I've heard other people say that. Usually i just tune in the regular way but sometimes if I'm recording open chords and notice it sounding a little odd, I detune the G a little.
     

  2. kelnet

    kelnet Telefied Ad Free Member

    Apr 17, 2008
    Port Moody, BC
    I don't. I'm not good enough to make those adjustments to the strings as I'm playing, at least not consciously.
     

  3. Chicago Matt

    Chicago Matt Tele-Afflicted

    Age:
    68
    Aug 23, 2014
    Woodstock
    That would be an A add9 chord, in this case, with no 3'rd. Very different sounding than a basic A chord. The Police got a LOT of mileage out of the add9 chord in the 80's, with Andy Summers even dubbing it the "Police chord". :cool:
     

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