Seems obvious, but thought I’d ask. This shape: xx0232 is a C (and G on a guitalele) that is xxGDGB. As on all the chord charts I’ve seen so far. I dont understand why the shape isnt 200232 that is BDGDGB. The G is already doubled, so no harm in doubling the B & D if you want? Many other chords have an ‘x’ on a string when in fact it’s part of the chord and so would make it much easier to play. I am a uke player where you rarely need to mute or miss a string but just bought a guitalele and so trying to understand the extra strings!