Guitar Chords: How To Do Mixed Chords As G/B Or Else ?


I’m a half-beginner at playing guitar and I have come through a couple of these chords. I can’t find anywhere something explaining how it is made. Any help ?
Ok … But for the G and B I use, it is:

G B
—3—2—
—0—4—
—0—4—
—0—4—
—2—2—
—3—X—

If I understand well (and I looked with the link), i should find a variation of both that fit, here on the 7th position.

Comments

  1. Mal J says:

    This is a great site, it should answer your questions.

    http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/

  2. jimboy says:

    This is called a slash chord. So you may call this one “G slash B” or “G over B.” Which means that you play the actual chord “G” but you have to give it a bass note that is “B” on your guitar. In a band setting, you can simply play G with your guitar and have the bass player play B. In piano, your right hand does the G chord and your left hand plays the B note. More power on your guitar playing.