Movable B Chord Shapes

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Below are three of the comon B chords that I use.

Starting with B Major. This one is a bar chord. The root of this shape can be found on the first string (A string). Once again, remeber where the root is for a shape, and you will kno w what chord you’re playing up and down the fretboard.

B Major Chord

B Major Chord

You’ll find B Minor below. The root on this chord is also on the 1st string.

B Minor Chord

B Minor Chord

B 7 is a very easy chord to play. Once again, the root is found on the 1st string.

B7 Chord

B7 Chord

Move these chords up one fret and you have the C Chords (remember, there is no B#) I often use these chords.

C Major

C Major Chord

C Major Chord

C Minor. An alternative to this would be to leave the fourth string (G string) open.

C Minor Chord

C Minor Chord

The C7 chord

C 7 Chord

C 7 Chord

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