10 Must Know Movable 6th And 5th String Chord Shapes For GuitarThis chord exercise will help you play one 6th string root chord, and one 5th string root chord for maj7, 7th, -7th, -7b5, and full diminished chords on the guitar. It’s important to see that these are movable shapes that can be moved to any starting note on the neck. For example Cmaj7 on the 6th string is on the eighth fret, to play a Gmaj7 you can play that same voicing on the 3rd fret. This is super useful for improving your chord playing on the guitar. Starting on the 8th fret of the 6th string, play Cmaj7, then move to Cmaj7 on the third fret on the fifth string. The first time though your playing a full bar on each chord type. It moves in order maj7, 7th, -7th, -7b5, and full diminished. From there it moves three beats, then two beats, and then one.
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