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    Quote Originally Posted by cdkrugjr View Post
    Don't forget that for the price of a Dm6, you ALSO get, at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE, the Bm7b5 (aka "B half-diminished seventh) chord.

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    Yes, the https://ukebuddy.com/chord-namer has maybe so far as I know always the right name for chords. You can't find chords like x212 with ukulele chords, but put just your notes there and the right chord name is found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdkrugjr View Post
    Don't forget that for the price of a Dm6, you ALSO get, at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE, the Bm7b5 (aka "B half-diminished seventh) chord.

    BONUS CHORDS!!!!! (Or as Gerald Ross puts it "Chameleon Chords.")
    And a rootless G9

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    The 4555 shape is pretty popular.

    If you wanna be super crazy, you can play 7570. Your fingers are kinda in a G7-ish shape lol

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    Besides the x212 that I have found useful and mentioned in the first post, its is of course a thumb mute.

    It is also quite easy to play 2212 with the thumb actually fretting the g-string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarmo_S View Post
    Besides the x212 that I have found useful and mentioned in the first post, its is of course a thumb mute.

    It is also quite easy to play 2212 with the thumb actually fretting the g-string.
    If you have hands that move that way.

    I can't put a thumb anywhere on the fretboard if I have any other fingers there. My hand and arm don't move that way, and I've got short stubby fingers.

    I think 5757 works, but I don't know the note names, just how it sounds. And it depends on what the other chords I'm playing around it are...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ksiegel View Post
    If you have hands that move that way.

    I can't put a thumb anywhere on the fretboard if I have any other fingers there. My hand and arm don't move that way, and I've got short stubby fingers.

    I think 5757 works, but I don't know the note names, just how it sounds. And it depends on what the other chords I'm playing around it are...


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    My hand is not big either, but works for me. Though if being sloppy it might sound only x212 which is same as your 5757, only a lower version.
    The notes are root, minor 3rd and the 6h with missing the 5th. As you told depends of the song (or neighbor chords) how they fit.

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