#1
Hi everybody,

I'm from the Netherlands, so I might make some grammer mistakes
so, I got this tab, it's from the dutch band volumia and it's actually a beautiful song.. but it has some weird tabs I don't know.. does anybody know these:
F5
F5/Eb
Bb(sus2)
Bb/C
C/E
Gm7
Gm
F/A
A7/C#
Bb/Eb

it would be great if someone would know these.. normally they always give the chord diagram together with the song, but they didn't this time..


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ettie
#2
5 chords are normally just the root and the 5th of the chord, or commonly known as power chords.

if you see a / after the chord name, just add that note to the chord

a 7 chord is the root, usually 3rd, 5th, and the 7th of the chord


a small m after a chord name just means its a minor chord. You could just play the barre version of that
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#6
looking at a chord chart isn't nearly as productive as learning HOW to construct chords
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#8
seriously though


read the section on cyberfret.com about chord construction
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