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1200 chords
1200 chords
THE ULTIMATE GUITAR CHORD CHART II
by Phillip J Facoline
Special thanks to [email protected] and [email protected] for the use of their
Postscript code and thanks to all those people that responded to my initial postings
for guitar chords. Please check chords and notify me of any errors via email at:[email protected]
Remember: Make as many copies as you want, pass it on to your friends.
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C
2
C# or Db
3
D
4
5
D# or Eb
6
E
7
8
F
9
F# or Gb
10
G
11
12
G# or Ab
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A
14
15
B or A# (Bb in Engl.)
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H (B in Engl.)
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THE ULTIMATE GUITAR CHORD CHART II
Special thanks to [email protected] and [email protected] for the use of their
Postscript code and thanks to all those people that responded to my initial postings
for guitar chords. Please check chords and notify me of any errors via email at:[email protected]
Remember: Make as many copies as you want, pass it on to your friends.
The .'s and ,'s after the chord name means that the chord is a duplicate or alternate formation.
Chords in the key of:
C
C
Dm
Em
F
G
Am
Bdim
C# or Db
Db
Ebm
Fm
Gb
Ab
Bbm
Cdim
D
D
Em
Gbm
G
A
Bm
Dbdim
D# or Eb
Eb
Fm
Gm
Ab
Bb
Cm
Ddim
E
E
Gbm
Abm
A
B
Dbm
Ebdim
F
F
Gm
Am
Bb
C
Dm
Edim
F# or Gb
Gb
Abm
Bbm
B
Db
Ebm
Fdim
G
G
Am
Bm
C
D
Em
Gbdim
G# or Ab
Ab
Bbm
Cm
Db
Eb
Fm
Gdim
A
A
Bm
Dbm
D
E
Gbm
Abdim
B or Bb or A#
Bb
Cm
Dm
Eb
F
Gm
Adim
H (B in Engl.)
B
Dbm
Ebm
E
Gb
Abm
Bbdim
_aug
_(no 3rd)
_6/7sus4
_dom7
_7/add11
_2
_sus
_#7
_sus2
_6/9
_9(#7)
_o7
_dom9
C/D is
A/B is
G/D is
If you
with a
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_#5 (Augmented triad)
_5 (Root and 5th - Power chord)
_6/7sus (Sus4 triad plus 6th, minor 7th)
_7 (Major triad, minor 7th)
_7/11 (Minor triad, minor 7th, plus 11th)
_add9 (Major triad, plus 9th)
_sus4 (No 3rd but a 4th from a major triad)
_maj7 (Major triad, major 7th)
_add9(no 3rd) (No 3rd but a 2th from a major triad)
_6/add9 (Major triad plus 6th and 9th)
_maj9 (Major triad, major 9th plus 7th)
_m7(b5) (Diminished triad, minor 7th : half-diminshed
_9 (Major triad, minor 7th plus 9th)
an C chord with a D bass note (xx0010).
an A chord with a B bass note (x22220).
an G chord with a D bass note (xx0003). And so on.
are playing in a band with a bass player you don't need to play th
bass note, just play it as a normal chord (eg. C/D = C and so on).
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