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Unread 04-26-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
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Lovely jazz chords that can be used for metal!



I found a youtube video with a bunch of lovely chords, sounds like they can be used in Haunted Shores types of stuff ^^ Just wanted to share this!
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Unread 04-26-2012, 03:06 PM   #2
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What, playing root position and first inversion I ii V I's?
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If you're looking for a band to steal some chords that aren't power chords from to use in metal I would look at some Holdsworth stuff.
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OP, I made a chord chart that relates to that video. The dude's using the shapes in the first two columns (root position and first inversion). The second and third inversion shapes are a bonus. There are some alternate note choices in there, too. For instance, if one shape contains two thirds, you can choose either one and omit the other, or play both. Generally, you don't want to double any chord members, so as to keep the voicing light and easier to finger. Also, the fifth of the chord can be omitted in most scenarios. Hope you appreciate.

Edit: I added some shapes for building the same chords on the A string. And, what the hell, here are some D string patterns, as well.
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OP, I made a chord chart that relates to that video. The dude's using the shapes in the first two columns (root position and first inversion). The second and third inversion shapes are a bonus. There are some alternate note choices in there, too. For instance, if one shape contains two thirds, you can choose either one and omit the other, or play both. Generally, you don't want to double any chord members, so as to keep the voicing light and easier to finger. Also, the fifth of the chord can be omitted in most scenarios. Hope you appreciate.
2nd inversion chords are one of the worlds greatest bonus's. I am a rather large fan of that voicing.
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