Prairie Spring Waltz

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  • #85559
    KennyKenny
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    Prairie Spring Waltz

    I’m having trouble finding a guitar chord that fits measure 6 on the sheet music.

    It is listed as G/B ?  What is that?  Sound like it could almost go from C to D and back to A

    minor, but even that doesn’t sound quite right.
    Thanks for any help that can be given,

    Kenny

    #85562
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    Maybe a quick B7 ?

    #85563
    KennyKenny
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    Thanks Steve,

    B 7 doesn’t sound good to me…

    #85564
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    I found a Gb chord that might work barred chord ,

    Gb guitar chord (E Shape)
    Barre your index finger across every string at the 2nd fret.
    Put your 3rd finger on the 4th fret of the A string. (5th string.)
    Put your 4th finger on the 4th fret of the D string.(4th string.)
    Put your 2nd finger on the 3rd fret of the G string. (3rd string.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Steve SraderSteve Srader.
    #85566
    KennyKenny
    Participant

    Steve,

    I think an E minor fits well here.  Thanks for your suggestions.
    Kenny

    #85568
    John (BGD)John (BGD)
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    G/B is a G chord, but you lead with the B note on the 5th string, skipping the 6th string. If you have a full band, you can play a regular G chord on guitar while the bass player plays a B note. Any time you see a forward slash “/” in the chord name, the letter before the slash is the guitar chord, and the letter after the slash is the bass note.

    #85575
    KennyKenny
    Participant

    Thanks for the explanation John.
    Using the B as base lead note that makes sense that an E minor chord is not to far off.

    Kenny

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