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    First, no insult intended to those of you who do this with no problem. I'm not a music reader. Just tab and chords...

    I found this playing around yesterday. I have a few songs with a C chord that goes a little high for me.
    So, I found this...

    http://www.tabtuner.com/default.aspx

    Simply type in the chords you have and select a +/-semitone between 0 and 6...

    New set of chords...
    Be Prepared

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    First, no insult intended to those of you who do this with no problem. I'm not a music reader. Just tab and chords...

    I found this playing around yesterday. I have a few songs with a C chord that goes a little high for me.
    So, I found this...

    http://www.tabtuner.com/default.aspx

    Simply type in the chords you have and select a +/-semitone between 0 and 6...

    New set of chords...


    Chordie has this function built in. You can use it for any song you find there.
    Tom

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    • #3
      I use this site; a lot!

      http://www.logue.net/xp/
      Originally Posted by Samilyn


      Can't put a price on the love one has for an instrument, the mojo it gains from being played by you or good friends, or the good feelings it produces when you pick it up and it feels like an old friend, no matter what the the numbers on the price tag.



      Listen to my CD on iTunes: The Girl With A Pearl Earring by Steve Z

      One of my songs done by a friend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJQQGTtRqy0

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      • #4
        I like http://www.chordie.com/ that lets you find songs with lyrics and chords along with chord boxes, also lets you transpose to different key on most songs, or show chord boxes for other instruments (5 string banjo, tenor banjo, uke, mandolin,...) Some of the songs are just tab of lead lines, but most are lyrics and chords.

        And to look up a chord ("guitar chords") , or to name a chord fingering ("chord name") I like http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/index.php

        Vern

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        • #5
          Cool...I use Chordie much and recommend it to others all the time. I'll check it out
          Be Prepared

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