Here is a Gm7b5 chord. A m7b5 chord contains the root, b3rd, b5th, and b7th degrees of the scale. In this case, in the key of G, we have the notes G, Bb, Db, and F. A m7b5 chord can also be called a half diminished chord. Therefore, this chord could also be called a Gm7b5 chord. You put your middle finger, your second finger, and put it on the 3rd fret of the 6th string, you take your third finger and place it on the 3rd fret . . .
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