Re: Root-5 movable chords
- From: Cliff <cliff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 01:28:02 -0800 (PST)
On 4 Feb, 04:54, "Big Daddy" <nos...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Nil" <rednoise+n...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On 03 Feb 2008, Mitch@xxx wrote in alt.guitar.beginner:
Thanks...that gives me a better idea of what kind of force is
There's really not much force at work there. My knuckles are just very
flexible and they can be easily bent that way with little pressure. I'm
sure that not everybody's can do that, but if yours can, it's a big
Yea, I discussed this on another thread. My joint (the one that is bent
back in your pic) simply does not bend that way. My INDEX finger bends
backwards at that joint, but not my ring finger.
I had asked if it was just a matter of getting flexible but the gist I got
in that thread was that some peoples fingers just don't bend that way, and
for those of us who don't we might have to settle with not sounding the
high-e (either not pick it or mute it).
My finger doesn't bend back enough to clear the first string either.
The note your missing on the top string is the 5th tone which is also
on the 4th string, with that chord shape, so your still sounding all
the three different notes that make up the sound of the chord.
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