Csus2 Guitar Chord

Csus2 Guitar Chord. Known as the c suspended two or c5add2 chord. Just enter one or more chord symbols separated by commas into the search box and hit go and jguitar will draw chord diagrams for each of the chord symbols entered.

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Learn 20 different voicings of the csus2 chord on guitar with printable chord. Just enter one or more chord symbols separated by commas into the search box and hit go and jguitar will draw chord diagrams for each of the chord symbols entered. Learn how to play the csus2 chord on banjo, guitar, mandolin, piano, or ukulele.

Guitar Chord Chart And Tabs In Standard Tuning.

To play the csus2/b chord on your guitar, picture the csus2/b chord chart shown to the leftabove as your fret board and neck (if you were to stand your guitar up vertically). Variations of the different fingerings of the csus2/b guitar chords are listed below. Known as the c suspended two or c5add2 chord.

C Cm C+ C B5 C° Csus2.

C cm c+ c b5 c° csus2 csus2 b5 csus4 c5 csus24 c2 cm #5 cm sus2 cm2 c6 c6m c6/9 cm ♯11 c7 cm 7 cm 7b5 cm 7sus2 cm 7sus4. Each of these csus2/a chords are listed in standard chord charts. O = play open string.

There Are Lots Of Possibilities For Playing Sus Chords In This Tuning.

X = don't play string. Variations of the different fingerings of the csus2/a guitar chords are listed below. G , gm , gsus2 , dsus4 containing this chord:

Learn 20 Different Voicings Of The Csus2 Chord On Guitar With Printable Chord.

Plus tips on related chords. Csus2 (c suspended second) guitar sound: Just enter one or more chord symbols separated by commas into the search box and hit go and jguitar will draw chord diagrams for each of the chord symbols entered.

Actually, Sus2 Can Be Seen As An Inversion Of Sus4:

Each of these csus2/b chords are listed in standard chord charts. Learn how to play the csus2 chord on banjo, guitar, mandolin, piano, or ukulele. If the same fingering appears for more than one string, place the finger flat on the fingerboard as a 'bar', so all the strings can sound.