C minor seventh chord or Cm7: C Eb G Bb
You must keep your fingers of your left hand on the same frets as the chord, after you strum across the strings. If you release your fingers from the frets, the string will stop vibrating very rapidly.
That would be a Barred A on the second fret, or move the A chord up two frets and play only the fingered strings.
Power chords are played on two or three strings and always span three frets. The fret on which to actually play the chord depends on what note you want to play.
First Finger: Bar over ADGBE strings, 3rd fret. Second Finger: B string, 4th fret. Third Finger: D string, 5th fret. That's how to play a Cm7 on the guitar.
Hm is the same as the Bm chord.
Its all in the neck. Make an F chord. Move it two frets and F becomes G. Two mre frets G becomes A.
Do you mean a guitar string, or a chord of three or more notes? The second string (next to thinnest) on a guitar is usually tuned to a B note. A B chord is an A chord barred up two frets. A B7 chord can be played open, and can usually pass for a B chord in a song.
it's a chord that incorporates a flat 5 or sharp 4. if you're doing it on guitar, it's the interval 6 frets apart. think, power chord with the higher note one fret lower.
It depends on the maker. My Harmony has 18 frets. The minimum would likely be 12 frets and the more frets you have, the closer together they get, making them harder to play.
I think frets are on a guitar in order to make a tune and play different notes.
The number is pretty large. Part of the answer depends on the number of notes you can play on a specific ukulele, which is based on the size and number of frets. A chord is defined as two or more notes played simultaneously. And sometimes the same chord will have two different names. And there is more than one possible way to make the same chord.I have a chord book that lists 1008 different chords that are used on the ukulele.
Yes, you can play drums on Frets on Fire with an addon called Hering. Look it up on their official wiki site.
Notes: C, E♭, G, B♭ Chord Symbols: Cm7, Cmin7, C--7, C-- Intervals: 3rd-minor, 5th-perfect, 7th-minor Does this help?
Any chord CAN be lower depending on how it's played. For example: If you play an A chord above the E chord, it's higher, however, if you play that same A chord an octave lower, it's lower.
intro: Bbmaj7 - Bmin7b5 - Cm7 - Ebm7 Bbmaj7 - Bmin7b5 - Cm7 - F6 couplet/chorus: Cm7 - F6 - Dm7 - Gm7 Cm7 - F6 - Bmaj7 - Bmin7b5
A broken chord is when you play a chord in one hand and play the same in the other just in a pattern eg: Adele - Someone like you/ A chord is separated.
to play an f7 chord you must play a f, a, c and e flat
Play the G chord on the guitar.
Frets are used on the fingerboard of some stringed instruments. They are located to make it easier to play a specific note.
You play your major chord, then lower the middle note a half step, and lower the top note a half step, and you have a diminished chord!
You can't play a chord on a flute.
No, you can't, you can only download and play, sorry!
go to http://itrustyou.wordpress.com/2008/06/01/in-the-presence-of-angels/ Chords and lyrics - I believe this is the key Roy does it in, but I prefer Em7. The chord progressing for Em7 is Em7, Bm7, D, A (Sorry about the formatting - the chords aren't displaying above the correct word): Cm7-------Gm7 This is a realm of your glory Bb-------F This is a realm of your grace Cm7------Gm7 I can feel your mighty power Bb------F It is moving in this place In the presence of angels With God's glory on the wings Like the voice of many waters I can hear the angels sing Cm7---Gm7 Bb--F Singing Ho-ly, Ho-ly Cm7-Gm7-Bb-F Ho-ly, Ho-ly Cm7-Gm7-Bb--F Ho-ly, Ho-ly Cm7-Gm7-Bb-F Ho-ly, Ho-ly * Repeat using "Worthy," and "Glory" Cm7--Gm7--Bb---F La da da La da da La da da La da da Cm7--Gm7--Bb --F La da da La da da La da da La da da
It depends on what you mean. To play a G major chord, you play a G, B, and D at the same time.