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Magic Chord Transformation

Jeremy Cotton (7938) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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Notice that the "B" string is only a 3rd (3 notes) higher then the "G" string. The rest of the strings are 4 notes apart.
So, what that means is that whenever you play any lick or chord involving the b string, you have to adjust for the string.
So, what that means is that when you account for that odd "B" string, these chords are actually all the same:
E
A
D

When you adjust for the "B" string those chords are all exactly the same!