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May 24, 2024 - 12:47:36 PM
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malarz

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505 posts since 1/5/2007

I know there is an interactive website where you specify the four strings/tuning and then enter the chord formations you want. But, I can’t find it. Can anyone post a link?

Thanks!

Ken

May 24, 2024 - 1:12:33 PM

345 posts since 1/1/2016

Interesting idea, since its basically "math based", I could see this being created in something like Java script if that isn't too outdated.

Chris

May 24, 2024 - 2:43:59 PM

3357 posts since 3/30/2008

oolimo.com/en/guitar-chords/analyze

musicca.com/chord-finder

Some of these sights are useful. Search for Chord Finder.

Edited by - tdennis on 05/24/2024 14:45:28

May 24, 2024 - 9:44:08 PM
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May 24, 2024 - 10:09:02 PM

raybob

USA

14167 posts since 12/11/2003

I used to use a site called ‘chorderator’ to look up guitar chords when I played with the big band. It saved time. You could personalize your search for number of strings and tuning, so it would work for 4 stringers. 

Edited by - raybob on 05/24/2024 22:11:23

May 25, 2024 - 7:01:50 PM

3880 posts since 10/17/2009

There's phone apps

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/chordshapes-guitar-chords/id1570684582

Let's you customize number of string and tuning.

That said, IMO it's worth learning how to figure chord shapes on own. It's not that really difficult, and is step in helping in understanding fingerboard and how music works.

Edited by - banjoak on 05/25/2024 19:02:48

May 25, 2024 - 9:09:49 PM
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3512 posts since 4/19/2008

quote:
Originally posted by banjoak

That said, IMO it's worth learning how to figure chord shapes on own. It's not that really difficult, and is step in helping in understanding fingerboard and how music works.


Here's a 1,000 chords and all the possible inversions on one page.


May 26, 2024 - 7:14:10 AM

malarz

USA

505 posts since 1/5/2007

quote:

Originally posted by banjoak

That said, IMO it's worth learning how to figure chord shapes on own. It's not that really difficult, and is step in helping in understanding fingerboard and how music works.

Yes, you are right. I have been lazy about learning and understanding  the fretboard. Time to start thinking. I know tht learning the where the notes are and how the chords are formed ultimately is the best method. But, thanks to all of you who have posted links and the .pdf. I can refer to those and learn something at the same time.


May 26, 2024 - 7:16:58 AM

malarz

USA

505 posts since 1/5/2007

And, thanks Rick for sharing your .pdf. I know I have seen it before but back then it was a maze of numbers in circles and lines. Now that I am back to playing after a few years of not your grid is making sense.

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