Greg Cisko wrote:
I personally despise barre chords but I do use them at times. The only
ones I have difficulty with are the 7 chords in both the E & A voicings
- sometimes the b7 isn't ringing.
Which seven chords are those? Maybe we can help...
Huh? 7th's -dom7's. 7th's.
Don't need help - just mentioned to the OP that they are still tough
for me. But I've switched to jazz voicings for those shapes as opposed
to the full 6 or 5 string full barres.
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