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Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by ASATKat, Sep 30, 2019.
ooo55o Adim13.....Emerson, Lake and Palmer, John Mayer, John Mayall,
also capo on the 7th fret. Love the sounds.....
John Martyn used this quite a bit for a D minor: XO3O1O. Sounds even better in dropped D tuning (003010). Try hammering on and pulling off the second fret A on the 3rd string for an embellishment.
Great thread, thanks! On my Watch list.
Here's a teaching page I use sometimes.
A few of them are a little tough w/o some visual explanation.
If there's interest, I'll do a little video.
What is a Adim13? The notes in 000550 are E A D C E E, so Am(add 4).
There was an old blues guy that ended every song on an Eb major chord, and dagnammit, I can’t remember who it was! I googled it to no avail.
At end of Secret Agent Man (in Em) I always play this: 021002
I know it wasn’t played like this in the original Johnny Rivers recording, but a jazz guitar player filling in on bass for our band one time showed it to me. I like how it sounds. It may well work in other minor key songs.
If anyone can explain the theory behind the usage of this chord, that would be great! I call this Em maj9, but not 100% sure I am correct.
Nice and exotic
I have "The Spy Chord."
But if I showed it to you, you'd have to die.
Does it come from melodic minor ?
This is a cool thread
I wish I understood any of this
There is interest here...
Huh - stumpy little, short uns. There are some chords that most people I'm sure can play and I can't even stretch my fingers there using my other hand to pull and hold them. I guess if I ever meet Tony Iommi I'll tell him how hard done by I am...
It looks like 2 notes are in the wrong positions
I see little need for the E in the bass.