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Bogdan1980

 

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What Chord? 

Hi All,

Can anyone tell what is the first chord in this falseta?

Starts at 3:48.


Thanks
Bogdan
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Issam

 

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to Bogdan1980

Dm/F

-----X----
-----X----
-----7----
-----7----
-----8----
-----X----
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Bogdan1980

 

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to Bogdan1980

Thank you very much Sir.

Bogdan
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 1 2015 21:08:37
 
Pimientito

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to Bogdan1980

Thats one of my favorite Paco falsetas. I have a version of it written down from 1992 but the problem is Paco never played it the same way. The final remate was always different. This is yet another variation.

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to Bogdan1980

For extra credit how do you make the chord at the opening of the Beatles "hard days night" ?



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El Kiko

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to estebanana

Q: Mr Harrison, what is the opening chord you used for A Hard Day's Night?
A: It is F with a G on top (on the 12-string), but you'll have to ask Paul about the bass note to get the proper story.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 8 2015 12:44:21
 
Issam

 

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to estebanana

quote:

For extra credit how do you make the chord at the opening of the Beatles "hard days night" ?


You'll need 6 hands and three guitars to reproduce that chord by yourself!


  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 8 2015 20:54:50
 
athrane77

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to Bogdan1980

I made a video of this falseta,
hope that helps..
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Bogdan1980

 

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RE: What Chord? (in reply to athrane77

That's great, thanks for that. There were still a few spots there I couldn't figure out from the video. This resolves it.

Bogdan
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