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The E/F Movable Barre Form Chord

Movable form chords based on the open position E, Em, and E7 chords.

PUBLISHED: Mar 13, 2011 UPDATED: Mar 21, 2011 • VIEWS: 4 • LESSON CODE: GL700b

Instruments: guitar Subjects: beginnerintermediatechordsbarre

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The E/F Movable Barre Form Chord

The E/F Movable Barre Form chords are movable form chords based on the open position E, Em, E7 and Em7 chords. With the root on string six, these chords can be transposed to ANY key.

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