Guitar Lessons

Guitar 101

Sus Chords = Suspended Chords

Anything you see with a sus after the chord is considered a (sus chord), which simply means suspended. No, they’re not hanging upside down, even though the word has a funny connotation. It’s function is to  give color to the chord.One of the traits of this chord is an unresolved sound. Here’s a couple examples of sus chords…
Quick Tip !!

A sus2 chord is where a 3rd is replaced with a second.
A sus4 chord is where a 3rd is replaced with a fourth.

How to play a Dsus4 on guitar – Here’s the YouTube video – http://youtu.be/FXF3E19k7Pc

How to play a Dsus2 on guitar – Here’s the YouTube video – http://youtu.be/UEv-EM_wRow

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January 26, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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