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Question

Asked by Dave on 2002-03-05
What does the solid red line depicted on some notes on the chord illustrator mean? Are you supposed to block that whole fret with a finger? If so, how is that possible? Thanks
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Answer posted by JP on 2002-04-17
A red-line indicates a bar-chord, to play these: lay your index finger across the fret and your other fingers in the positions noted by dots. Your welcome!

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