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B7 - E



Say hello to the B7 chord, one which demands use of all your left hand fingers. In order to make sure you master the B7 chord we challenge you to change to E and back. Both chords played as whole notes across a 4 beat bar. Record yourself playing along with the backing track provided, upload your solution and get feedback from fellow jammmies.


7Minimum votes :

7.00Passing grade :

Record your instrument over provided back-track

Play as in audio example.

Sound quality does not matter.

Example Track

Need help recording ? Go to our How-to record page and find the best approch for you !



Resource File type Size
Example Track
.mp3 1.2MB
Backing Track
.mp3 1.2MB
Notation PDF
.pdf 28.02KB
Notation Guitar pro
.gpx 16.55KB

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