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    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone can point me to a chart for 3 string chords that are not barred, or help me understand how I might be able to diagram a chart for myself.

    TIA

    JIM P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkpalmer52 View Post
    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone can point me to a chart for 3 string chords that are not barred, or help me understand how I might be able to diagram a chart for myself.

    TIA

    JIM P.
    Under the "Tools" at the top of the home page there is a Chord Library.

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    Quote Originally Posted by not2kool View Post
    Under the "Tools" at the top of the home page there is a Chord Library.
    Another option is to study a little music theory on how to build chords. As an example to build a major chord start on the root of a particular scale and stack thirds. So on the C scale to make a C Major chord start with C, D, E ; then E, F, G. So a C Major chord is a combination of the C (root) , E and G notes. Hope this makes sense.

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    Brendan Burns also has an entire series devoted to what he calls Tiny Triads.

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