How do you form a Dm/G guitar chord?Is it called by any other name?
The easiest way is to play a regular D minor shape & add the G on the 3rd fret of the 6th string. For several other variations go to www.guitarchords247.com which will give you plenty of options. Keep on rockin!
Really it should be Dm7/G, it's also called F/G. Starting from string 1 (high E string) the fret numbers are 1 1 2 0 X 3. It's a substitute chord for G7, so usually resolves to a C chord.
by Stacy Harris 9 years ago
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by Kanein 11 years ago
can you Name the notes in the diminished 7th chord in its 2nd inversion in the key of Gb Major....Name the notes and its accidentals only
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Are there any differences between the four strings and six strings guitars apart from number difference???
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