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Can someone please give me the chord diagram or fingering for the chord "C2". I thought that maybe this is Cadd2? Driving me crazy!!

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I'd go with the Cadd2. Let's see if this helps

1st line below tells what fret. 2nd line tells which finger to use for that string. 6th string on the left.
8 7 0 5 8 x
3 2 . .1 4

Also take a look at http://www.guitarchords247.com/ where you can search for chords by name. Search for Cadd2 and if that doesn't sound right look for Csus2

Another site is http://www.all-guitar-chords.com
John G.
Thanks, Anthony and John - The sites are great, I added them to my Bookmarks.

Anthony Gundrum said:
I'd go with the Cadd2. Let's see if this helps

1st line below tells what fret. 2nd line tells which finger to use for that string. 6th string on the left.
8 7 0 5 8 x
3 2 . .1 4

Also take a look at http://www.guitarchords247.com/ where you can search for chords by name. Search for Cadd2 and if that doesn't sound right look for Csus2

Anot her site is http://www.all-guitar-chords.com
John G.
C2 is C E G D E Basically, C chord but fret the D on the 2nd string instead of C.
Easier :-)

Maybe this pdf will come through too.

Chord_Chart.pdf

-Zhmmy
Easier :-)


Here is a chord chart that might come in handy:



-Zhmmy
fretwalker.com
Wow, Thanks Zhmmy. The chart will come in handy!
C2 = Cadd9 = x32030
it's same Cadd9 and C2 ?
C2 is NOT same as Cadd9
Cadd9 contains the note "E" CEGD
C2 the "D" replaces the note "E" CDG


The easiest way to play C2 is
Top # are frets bottom # are fingers hint bar 1st finger at the 3rd fret
x35533
x13411
You could also use fingers 2&3 on the 5th fret whatever is more comfy for you.
can also be called Csus2
Nice, I use chords like this all the time. I just never knew what they were and what name to call them by.
My theory knowledge is very limited but I love to play and I play what sounds and feels right to me.

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