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Your right about music being wonderful.

I have been playing a lot lately using Major chord “Grips” but playing up the neck positions to get different “Voicings”.

I used to always wonder why when I played a song it sounded so much less musical than the original even though I was playing the “Proper” chords…….now I have discovered the land of alternative voicing and am pleased with the improvement in my “Style” and sound.

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