Here’s a sweet little exotic chord
that you can use to create a little
bit of a different sound.
It’s called the “Sus 4-3”.
For all you theory nerds out there,
(yes I’m one of them he he ), a major
chord contains a major third, and
a “normal” sus chord contains the fourth.
So this chord has both!
That’s what gives it its unusual,
If you can play a regular Dom7 barre
chord, with the root on the low E
string, then its easy… just move your ring finger
up 1 string.
So, for example Asus4-3:
Barre all the strings with your index finger,
and then your ring finger would be on the D string
7th fret, and your middle finger would be
on the G string, 6th fret.
Try playing a simple progression like
Gsus4-3 to Asus4-3.
Also try just playing the lowest 4 strings
to really capture the sound.
You can also combine it with other major
and minor chords… Dominant chords, 7
Experiment, and have fun!
If you’re still learning basic barre chords,
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