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  • I did a little experiment today, while tuning my guitar.. I tuned the whole guitar with the tuner but my tuner somehow stopped working while I reached the low e string.. [I tune from high e to low e].. so I tuned the low e by my ear... and that thing sounded heavy 😍.. I recorded it. And played a few songs.. but a little later when my tuner started working again.. I came to know that the low e string was not in perfect tune.. it was a bit down.. so I tuned it back up... although now it was in perfect tune, but it didn't sounded heavy like before.
    Hi! guys, can anyone tell me about the Bdim. And how can I use it over the progression in C major chord family.
    Ids Schiere
    Bdim is stacked minor thirds, B D and F. In the C chord family it is generally used as a Bm7b5, which is a B half diminished chord. It's also a substitution for a Dm6. So you can use it as a V chord when your chord progression is in G mixolydian or as you V chord in E phrygian. It does sound better in combination with other extended chords imo.
    RØßIŇ
    Thanks, I will just go ahead and give it a spin right now 🙂.
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