#97992  by mkaufman
 
Sounds like CMaj7 -> G -> Am7 (w/ E on top).

Try not playing the high E string for the 2nd & 3rd chords.

Could also probably play an Em7 inversion with D on the top for the 2nd chord as JG plays an Em arpeggio, however, a G chord on the D/G/B strings using the open E chord shape will also have the D on top and it sounds essentially the same and is much easier to play!

mk
 #97997  by strumminsix
 
mkaufman wrote:Sounds like CMaj7 -> G -> Am7 (w/ E on top).

Try not playing the high E string for the 2nd & 3rd chords.

Could also probably play an Em7 inversion with D on the top for the 2nd chord as JG plays an Em arpeggio, however, a G chord on the D/G/B strings using the open E chord shape will also have the D on top and it sounds essentially the same and is much easier to play!

mk
Cmaj7 > G > Fmaj7 is my take
 #147106  by oceanbear11
 
Chasing Light Beams wrote:i second that one, what is bob doing? although i see it is five, almost six years later, so who's paying attention to this anyway?
I am. This thread will hopefully be very helpful when I read through it.