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    Pretty. Emo.

    Hey everyone!
    Whether you’re new here or been a long time, I bet the E chord has been pretty hard on your fingers.
    In my experience, the E and Db chords have always tripped me up, making me have to pause the whole song to just get the fingering right. I’ve found that these two alternate chords sound almost better in every song I’ve played!
    For the E chord:
    G, C, and E on the 4th fret
    A chord on the 2nd fret.

    For the Db Chord:
    Use the B chord, but two frets down.
    G on 6th fret
    C on 5th fret
    E and A on 4th fret

    Hope this helped a little, if you have any other alternate chords you use please don’t hesitate to say!


    I guess I’m too new…this just doesn’t make sense to me

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