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Lucky - Jason Mraz Chords

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"Open Chords" are the most common shapes used on guitar. They are called "Open" because they all utilize the open strings and do not require barring.

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"Bar Chords" extend the open chords up the neck with the bar acting as a movable capo. In the example below, your first finger bars all the way across the 3rd fret and use fingers 2, 3, and 4 for the rest of the notes. If you notice this is really the same shape as an E Major open chord just moved up three frets.

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"Extended Open Chords" keep the same shape as open chords but travel up the neck for very exotic sounds.

"Triads" playing only three notes at a time rather than strumming all strings.

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"Jazz Guitar Chords" feature chord extensions such as 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th scale degrees. Emphasis is placed on the critical "character" notes that define the chords.

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