THE BEATLES 'TWIST AND SHOUT' --What is the last chord?

by PHIL RING
(BUCKS, ENGLAND)

CAN SOMEONE PUT ME OUT OF MY MISERY. I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS SOUND FOR YEARS.
WHAT IS THE VERY LAST CHORD GEORGE HARRISON PLAYS AT THE END OF THE BEATLES 'TWIST AND SHOUT'?
I BELIEVE IT IS PROBABLY NOT A PROPER CHORD SO CAN THAT PERSON ANSWERING EXPLAIN THE FINGERING.

ANSWER

Hi, Phil--

The chord is Am/F# and the bass plays D.

You can play the chord this way:

4-4 3-5 2-5 1-5 (The string number followed by the fret number)

Lynne

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Jul 31, 2016
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The last word on the last chord
by: Anonymous

You're all wrong, I tells ya - it's an A6/9!!

Dec 24, 2014
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combination of chords=typical beatles style
by: Anonymous

All of you are close...but no cigar.
Paul = D
George = D9
John D7 (C7 shape on 3rd fret)
Ringo = Right Side Crash Cymbal

Feb 15, 2013
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last chord
by: Anonymous

Otherwise known as D9:

55 44 35 25 15

Cheers,

Dave.

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