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    Default High C

    When a song calls for a high C, is that a variation of the standard C chord further down the fretboard? Or is it something else??

    Thanks for the help,
    Rod

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    I dunno if this is correct, but i usually play 5433.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanaka916 View Post
    I dunno if this is correct, but i usually play 5433.

    Interesting, so you are saying something like this:

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    Or you can play 9787.

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    I will give it a try, thanks for the replies guys.

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    The so called High C(5433) is usually the same octave as the other C(0003)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeso View Post
    Or you can play 9787.
    I often use 0787. Yeah, you're doubling the 5 but whatever. I like the sound. and it's easier for me to grab.
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    "A" string depressed at the 7th fret. The "G", "C" and "E" strings are strummed open. Datz a Hi-C. Ric

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricdoug View Post
    "A" string depressed at the 7th fret. The "G", "C" and "E" strings are strummed open. Datz a Hi-C. Ric
    Doubling the third. Yeah. Don't know why that didn't occur to me.

    (Y'know those signs that say "Slow Children Playing?" Yeah, there was one of them in my 'hood when I was little.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by howlin Hobbit View Post
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    (y'know Those Signs That Say "slow Children Playing?" Yeah, There Was One Of Them In My 'hood When I Was Little.)
    Lmao !!!

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