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So, in G/B, B is the descending bass line under the G chord. The G chord I normally play is 300023. So, is the last string/note played whatever is closest to string 6 or whatever is closest to string 1? Is this an understood rule? I mean how do you decide how to play the descending bass note? Why wouldn't I just play the B string, in other words?

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