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THE-GYESYjAAZ CHORD BOOK Compiled by COLIN COSIMINI Volume three 10 a 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 The fretboard diagram above is to assist Eek D -GiBaaae C= eel F Bb Eb Ab CG F 1 T Ft BoE A CH FH [t+ + G Cc FE Boma: G { Ab CH Fi B Eb Ab Foote | | © Roi | © Dimhished Shape “1” Diminished Shape °2 The diminished shapes shown above are the main two shapes used in this book. Shape ‘1’ is used with the root on the ‘E’ string. Shape ‘2’ is used with the root on the ‘A’ string Example: If the tune is illustrated with the Fé Dim, on the 9th fret, it will be Shape ‘2’. Example: If the tune is illustrated with the F# Dim on the 2nd fret, it will be Shape ‘1’. The triad above (Shape ‘1’) depending on what contexted it is played, can also become a minor 6th or7th. C F Bb & G C a ee Se in identifying chords to fret positions. ARTWORK ON FRONT COVER. Brett Lewis ae ; P Eb Ab C# FH Bb Eb e Thumb @ + — E AD 6 BE a : | ° cole F Bb Eb Ab CG F ede Sixth Shape" Sith Shapo 2! aa G@ © F Bb D @ _ Theabove sixth shapes shown above are the main two shapes used in this book. Shape 'I’is the triad form of the sixth. The root note will always be on the ‘E’ string, Shape ’2’ is showing an example of a sixth chord but using the thumb on the bass. In volumes one and two this example is not used, but could be introduced as an additional inversion. ample: If Shape ‘2’ is played as above as a G6, the root will be on the 3rd fret of the “E’ string. If you do not use the thumb as the root note, then the root has maved to the 5th. THE GYPSiqAZZ CHORD BOOK Compiled by COLIN COSIMINI Layout and Presentation by Brett Lewis. Footnotes by Colin Cosimini & Brett Lewis. Photographs by Victoria Cosimini with contributions by others Special “Thank You’ to Brett Lewis & Ray Chase, whom, without their help, this project would not have been possible. ‘A SILVERBACK MUSIC PRODUCTION © 2004.