Gbsus4 ( Sol bemol suspended Four )

This chord is called: Sol bemol suspended Four

It has the following characteristics

- Major Chord [Dominant].
- It's not 3rd but a 4th in Major Triad.

The notes that make up this chord are: Db Gb B

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Play Gbsus4 ( Sol bemol suspended Four ) with the Piano/Keyboard

Play with the guitar

Option 1 to play a chord Gbsus4

[x 4 4 4 2 2]

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e 2ºFret
B 2ºFret
G 4ºFret
D 4ºFret
A 4ºFret
E <DontPlay
Found recommendations
- Your first finger (the barré) in the fret 2.
- Finger 2 on the fret 4 on the string 5.
- Finger 3 on the fret 4 on the string 4.
- Finger 4 on the fret 4 on the string 3.
- Play the string 6 Do not strum this string.
If this is too hard, try using a different combination.

How do you play this chord?

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Each graph represents the guitar's neck seen from above, this pivture shows theposition of the guitar.

Starting from the top, starts at the first chord going from thinnest to thickest, and the guitar's head is on the left side.

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