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B0 chord in Django - Chicago ?

W.BW.B New
edited February 2012 in Repertoire Posts: 39
maybe a newbie question but any of u know how i play the B0 chord in django's Chigaco ?
never saw it before..

see chords here : http://djangopedia.com/wiki/index.php?title=Chicago

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  • Svanis1337Svanis1337 ✭✭✭
    Posts: 444
    It means B Diminished. The actual name for it is "Diminished trial chord" You play it like this:

    B (Root), D (Minor Third), F (Diminished Fifth).

    It's written either Bdim or Bo.

    So B-D-F.

    If the symbol has a line through it, like the danish letter ø, it's a Half-diminished seventh chord. It's written like this:

    Bm7(♭5)

    or



    and you play it like this:

    B (Root), D (Minor third), F (Diminished fifth), A (Minor seventh).

    So a Bm7(♭5) (or Bø) is a Bdim7 (or Bo) with a minor seventh (A) instead of a diminished seventh (Ab)
  • W.BW.B New
    Posts: 39
    Thanks for showing and explaining me this ! great !
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