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lliber
post May 14 2010, 02:27 PM
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In a lot of the lessons the instructors put the chord progressions as part of the lesson but some of the chords I have no idea how to play them eg. A#/D,D#sus, I dont know how to play these chords , is it possible for the chord diagrams to be added to the lessons ? thanks in advance.


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post May 14 2010, 05:00 PM
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In a lot of the lessons the instructors put the chord progressions as part of the lesson but some of the chords I have no idea how to play them eg. A#/D,D#sus, I dont know how to play these chords , is it possible for the chord diagrams to be added to the lessons ? thanks in advance.


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I agree ,
or even better lets start a chord diagram library. We onle have to enter them once in a central place at GMC site

p.s.
A#/D means a A# with a D note in the bass

D#sus means and a 4th note

example:
C chord = 1-3-5 (1th 3th and 5 th of the C maj scale (C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C)= C-E-G
So Csus means 1-3-4 that would be= C-E-F (4th note instead of 5th)
hope this helps a bit

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post May 14 2010, 06:38 PM
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have you checked this lesson?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/chords...1-chord-basics/


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post May 14 2010, 07:22 PM
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Guitar Pro will show you names for chords if you plug in the notes. Further, that all-guitar-chords website is a great resource.


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post Jun 1 2010, 06:20 PM
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I think a central archive at GMC would be a great place to store chords.


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