Sunday, March 23, 2008

Chord #30 - C6


This chord voicing uses open strings and note doublings to create an interesting guitaristic texture. For the musical example, I played a I - IV progression: C6 to F FMaj7(9) with common notes in both voicings. Only the root note changes, yet all the notes still sound good in both chords.


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Evgueni Naverniouk said...

Oooh. I like this one. The mix between open strings and the high notes is quite nice. It sounds like you're playing something really complicated, but it's really quite simple.

Az Samad said...

Hi Evgueni,

Yes, I do like to play things that sound more complicated than they really are.

I believe some of the best guitar parts in the songs that I love to listen to often have this quality.