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    I'm all sorts of backwards! Ha. Thanks, everyone!
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    Hey, no problem, Sand, as I have a feeling many of us get the 4-3-2-1 vs. 1-2-3-4 sequence crossed up a little from time to time. I know I'm certainly one of those people, perhaps in part due to the fact that I'm a lefty who uses a regular-strung uke, just flipped the other direction and played basically upside down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFN View Post
    Personally I prefer the 4535 formation for the G7. Different strokes etc.
    Me too, except in ADF#B tuning it's 2313 of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFN View Post
    Personally I prefer the 4535 formation for the G7. Different strokes etc.
    Notice my 0535 shape is out of this shape.
    Sometimes quicker even with the doubled g. On a low g you get the octave gs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SailingUke View Post
    Notice my 0535 shape is out of this shape.
    Sometimes quicker even with the doubled g. On a low g you get the octave g’s.
    I will have to try that, thanx for the tip SailingUke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFN View Post
    Personally I prefer the 4535 formation for the G7. Different strokes etc.
    It really depends on what note I want on top. I like 0212 if the melody note is B, 4535 if the melody note is D, 7778 if the melody note is F, 10,11, 10,10 if the melody note is a high G.
    If I need a G7 chord with a lower G on top, I'll play 453X.

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