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Introduction to Movable Dominant 7th Chords
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This shape is close to the original open position E Major chord. All we need to do to add the minor 7th note is hold down the note D on the third fret of the B string. I do this by holding the original E7 chord shape and then placing my pinky on that note D. In order to make this a movable barre chord shape I use my index finger to barre as usual, then I use my middle finger to play the G string note one fret higher, my ring finger to play the A string note two frets higher and finally, I use my pinky to play the added note three frets higher than the barre fret on the B string.
Now you are ready to try the next step. Slide your hand up the fretboard maintaining the shape of the barre chord! Refer to the image notation to learn which chord you are playing based upon the root note you are holding on the E string.
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