#1
i stumbled upon a chord in a tab here at this site. the chord is labeled Hm but looks exactly like a Bm, but the Bm labeled in the tab is actually an A#m and it is messing me up. would someone explain to me what the heck an H is or what this is all about... or if the person who wrote the tab is just an idiot.

Hm x24432
Bm 688666

that is how the chords are labeled if what i said is confusing
#2
actually what u have labeled up there as a B-minor is actually b-flat, Bm is on the seventh fret, or the second, the Hm is in fact Bm, from what i have picked up Hm is another name for Bm in some other cultures or something like that
#3
the first one is Bm, the second is as u said A#m, maybe the tabber is a douche, or he pressed h instead of b cos they are close together
#4
I believe it's in Germany , or somewhere in the UK where the notate what we call a B note as an 'H', and what we call a Bb note (A# enharmonic) as a 'B'.
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#5
the tabber is just a little bit stupid then but that makes more sense because i looked at it and they labeled the tuning as EADGHe, but the dumb thing is that they made the progression go from Hm to Bm which is exactly the same when it should change and that tripped me up... so this person is just inept
#6
well if nightwind is correct then actually the tabber makes perfect sense cuz by Hm, they mean Bm, and then by Bm they mean A#, which is kinda weird sounding but you could probably make something cool out of it, so in reality what you are playin is Bm on the second fret followed by an A# on the sixth fret, shit i confused myself, haha
#7
Quote by stubs_88
the tabber is just a little bit stupid then but that makes more sense because i looked at it and they labeled the tuning as EADGHe, but the dumb thing is that they made the progression go from Hm to Bm which is exactly the same when it should change and that tripped me up... so this person is just inept



Did you read my post above yours?! I explained it all to a degree.
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#8
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well if nightwind is correct then actually the tabber makes perfect sense cuz by Hm, they mean Bm, and then by Bm they mean A#, which is kinda weird sounding but you could probably make something cool out of it, so in reality what you are playin is Bm on the second fret followed by an A# on the sixth fret, shit i confused myself, haha


Ya, that would make sense. Although weird, it makes sense.
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#9
why is this thread still continuing? it should have ended here:


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I believe it's in Germany , or somewhere in the UK where the notate what we call a B note as an 'H', and what we call a Bb note (A# enharmonic) as a 'B'.
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#10
We definitely don't call B 'H' in the UK. Just to clarify...
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#11
Wikipedia:

In music:

* H is a note in the German system, corresponding to B natural;


Done done and done.

H = B
B= Bb
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