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Troy Brenningmeyer Dobro / Resonator Slide Guitar Lessons - Chords for the Dobro
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What’s next is one of my favorite C7 chords, but you’re going to do this by playing,
Here on your 11th, 10th and 9th fret on your fifth string, 11th fret on your 4th string, 10th fret and your third string 9th fret. You’re doing a reverse slant. Now, what I like you to do is to take that C7 and that’s the good practice exercise to you as you take it, and do it straight. And do it straight bar like that. What you’re going to be doing there is resolving that to an F.
It is really nice because these two notes here are your E, and your B flat resolve each other to a B flat. It goes down to an A and your E goes up to an F, so that resolves and it really make a nice sound and chord progression. C7 here and that’s the note B flat, C, and E and we’re going now to fifth in this chord. There is no G. Then, straighten it up to an F major chord and F major.
That’s the good one too
Just to get used to that movement of the reverse slant movement. I guess that some people take their hands like that. I like to just have my hand straight here.
And then use my thumb on the back of the bar and then bring it back.
It’s also great when you just move it around. Let’s say we’re on our 8th fret, and I've been in E flat chord and just playing it straight. And now if you slant it
Or you’re doing it at 9th, 8th, and 7th on your 5th, 4th and 3rd string
It gives you the five chords having the five chords to B flat. It’s going to be a B flat. So the chord is
That’s good to just keep to move that around.
And get used to that movement. And get your thumb back there, and then resolve it.
With that C7 chord and it’s going to be right there. Once again, that’s 11th, 10th, and 9th, on your10th string, 4th string, and 3rd string, and the reverse slant.