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Accessible Mandolin Chords

Mandolin Chords for the Blind and Visually Impaired

D Sharp 7th Sus4 Chord

There are 5 ways of playing this chord

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Fifth Fret
Eleventh Fret
First Fret
Eighth Fret
Fourth Fret

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Fifth Fret

  • make a barre on the sixth fret with your first finger from the first string to the fourth string
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Eleventh Fret

  • make a barre on the eleventh fret with your first finger from the first string to the fourth string
  • your third finger goes on the thirteenth fret of the fourth string
  • your fourth finger goes on the thirteenth fret of the second string
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First Fret

  • your first finger goes on the first fret of the third string
  • your second finger goes on the third fret of the fourth string
  • make a barre on the fourth fret with your fourth finger from the first string to the second string
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Eighth Fret

  • make a barre on the eighth fret with your first finger from the first string to the fourth string
  • your second finger goes on the ninth fret of the first string
  • your fourth finger goes on the eleventh fret of the second string
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Fourth Fret

  • your first finger goes on the fourth fret of the second string
  • your second finger goes on the sixth fret of the third string
  • your third finger goes on the sixth fret of the first string
  • your fourth finger goes on the eighth fret of the fourth string
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