Example JEFF BUCKLEY STYLE
The movement from a Bm (addII) to a Gm6 is not what you’d expect but part of the appeal of Jeff’s writing and playing was his unexpected chord moves. In addition he made extensive use of open strings to add extra texture to his chord voicings.
A handful this one! You’ll want to use your fretting hand thumb (marked as ‘T’ on the tablature) to hook over and fret the F# on 2nd fret, sixth string.
Dissonance was a big feature of Jeff’s guitar style and writing but as he was a well-schooled musician he knew how to get into and out of these chords without leaving a sour taste!
A typical Buckley-esque strumming pattern here but remember you have a relaxed, swing feel to contend with, so make sure you are really getting all of these strummed with correct timing.