DADGAD chords–G/B bass

G/B bass

This one has a couple of uses, it’s a natural follow-up to playing your home D-chord, then the D with C-sharp bass–follow those two up with this chord, then finish it with home D-chord playing the A-string as your bass note and you have a nice bass line for ballads or fiddle tunes, it’s a pretty chord on its own, sounding a little less ‘stable’ than some of the others because it has B as the bass instead of a G or D-note, then you can always put your third finger onto the second fret of the treble A-string to make it even prettier.