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Fadd4?    21:18 on Sunday, August 10, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

KaiaRose
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Hi All,
Just joined today. I'm not great at guitar or music theory, trying to take a music class in the fall, I mostly just learn songs I know through tablature. I'm trying to play pedro the lion's suspect fled the scene (great song by the way~ check it out if you don't know it) and there's a chord in there I can't seem to find in my chord book or on any site, including this one. It's Fadd4. I assume that means F major add 4th since Fadd9 means f mmajor add 9th but I don't know my circle of fifths, nor how to read a circle of fifths so I was hoping someone who does know the circle of fifths could explain to me how to play that chord...?
Much obliged,
Kristina

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Re: Fadd4?    16:31 on Monday, August 11, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

IbanezDaemon
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Hi Kristina and welcome to the site. I only joined a few days ago so I'm a newbie like yourself.

If you check out the link I have included below it should more than help you fingerings for the chord in question.

http://www.guitarchords247.com/guitar/911.html

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Re: Fadd4?    05:57 on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

IbanezDaemon
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It's pretty good especially if you're looking for Edim7sus4#5/9aug4#7!!!! chords, lol. Glad you found it of some use. Another site I refer to sometimes is www.scalerator.com which you can check out. It lets you see scale diagrams and you can move a cursor to see them in all positions on the fretboard. It covers most of the scales and modes and has a few 'exotic ones in there as well {if that's you're thing}

   

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