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Musicman123
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cord shapes

Post by Musicman123 » 10 Dec 2016, 20:43

Anyone got a list of cord shapes , ie F#m , c#m and so on , I always forget these type of cords
Thanks

Ed B
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Re: cord shapes

Post by Ed B » 11 Dec 2016, 04:17

Hi
Just hit direct access/ACMP and chord fingering tab and select the chord you want using 6 and 7 keys and it will show you.
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Musicman123
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Re: cord shapes

Post by Musicman123 » 11 Dec 2016, 15:50

Thanks ed never knew that I will try it

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Re: cord shapes

Post by andyg » 12 Dec 2016, 16:24

If you just want a list of chords, all 100% correct and worked out to be as close to each other as possible (for less left hand movement!) then you'll want to have a look at my 'Essential Chords' chart. https://app.box.com/shared/by876gpqja

It's got almost everything you'll ever want, apart from the 'exotic' chords, 9ths, 11ths, 13ths etc.

And no-one's ever come up with a full listing of what AI Fingered Mode can do, like D7b9 or Eb/F and weird ones like that! :D
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Re: cord shapes

Post by Musicman123 » 15 Dec 2016, 21:04

Hi Andy thanks for the info re cords Ive printed it off it will be a great help .
Musicman 123

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