Chord: Ebm

How to play Ebm (Guitar)

Notes: Eb Gb Bb
Eb
Gb
Bb

Notes: Eb Gb Bb
E
B
G
D
A
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
Instructions

- Finger 1 on fret 2 on string 1.
- Finger 2 on fret 3 on string 3.
- Finger 3 on fret 4 on string 4.
- Finger 4 on fret 4 on string 2.
- The string 6: should not be played.
- The string 5: should not be played.
These recommendations are self generated, if you think they are too complex you can look for different combinations.

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Notes: D#/Eb F#/Gb A#/Bb
E
B
G
D
A
E
1
2
3
4
5
Instructions

- Finger 1 on fret 1 on string 3.
- Finger 2 on fret 2 on string 6.
- Finger 3 on fret 3 on string 4.
- Finger 4 on fret 4 on string 5.
- The string 2: should not be played.
- The string 1: should not be played.
These recommendations are self generated, if you think they are too complex you can look for different combinations.

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Notes: D#/Eb F#/Gb A#/Bb
E
B
G
D
A
E
5
6
7
8
9
10
Instructions

- Your first finger (the barré) in the fret 6.
- Finger 2 on fret 7 on string 5.
- Finger 3 on fret 8 on string 4.
- Finger 4 on fret 8 on string 3.
These recommendations are self generated, if you think they are too complex you can look for different combinations.

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Notes: D#/Eb F#/Gb A#/Bb
E
B
G
D
A
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
Instructions

- Finger 1 on fret 2 on string 6.
- Finger 2 on fret 3 on string 4.
- Finger 3 on fret 4 on string 5.
- The string 3: should not be played.
- The string 2: should not be played.
- The string 1: should not be played.
These recommendations are self generated, if you think they are too complex you can look for different combinations.

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Notes: D#/Eb F#/Gb A#/Bb
E
B
G
D
A
E
10
11
12
13
Instructions

- Your first finger (the barré) in the fret 11.
- Finger 2 on fret 13 on string 3.
- Finger 3 on fret 13 on string 2.
These recommendations are self generated, if you think they are too complex you can look for different combinations.

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