FAQ: Under The Bridge How To Play?

What tuning is under the bridge in?

“Under the Bridge” is performed in 4/4 time in the key of E major. The intro changes between D and F♯ major chords before the first verse moves into E. The bridge and ending modulate to A minor.

What key is under the bridge?

Pretty self-explanatory. It’s easier to play fingerstyle but sounds better with a pick. I usually use a pick but it’s frustrating when you can’t hear the chimed notes very well. (please don’t post unless you can actually play the song, I know John uses a pick when he plays it.)

What is G M chord on guitar?

The G chord is made up of the notes G, B, and D. The Gm chord is comprised of G, Bb, and D. That one, half-tone flat makes a “major” difference for this minor chord, giving it a richer, darker sound.

What is D major chord?

The D chord is a major triad, made up of three notes: D, the root; F#, the third; and A, the fifth, as shown in Example 1. As I’ve mentioned previously, many chord shapes feature doubled notes. Your last shape, Example 5a, is a barre chord in tenth position, with D as the lowest note at the tenth fret of string 6.

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