#1
While playing chords does it matter in what order the notes are played?
Eg for Dm the notes are D F A. I'm playing in drop D tuning so I can play it like this
|D|A|D|G|B|e|
|0| 0|3|X|X|X|


Also, how can I write tabs out with even spacing?
#2
Use code /code to type out tabs.

e|-13---------------------------------------------------|
B|----13-11-13---14-13-11-9---11-9----------------------|
G|---------------------------------10---10/13--12-------|
D|------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|

e|------------------------------------------------------|
B|----11-13-14-13-11-9-----11-9-------------------------|
G|-13---------------------------10---10/13-13---12-12---|
D|------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|
#3
Yes, it does make a difference in which order the notes in a chord are played, however instead of changing the chord, it will only change the quality. A different series of notes is called an inverted chord. You would still have the same chord, but it might produce a slightly different emotional effect.
#6
Quote by Darkmessiahnz
So ideally I want to have the notes lined up like you would on the piano right?


Not necessarily. If you have a C Major chord (C E G) the common voicing is:

e:--0--
B:--1--
G:--0--
D:--2--
A:--3--
E:-----


But, you could do this:


e:--0--
B:--1--
G:--0--
D:--2--
A:--3--
E:--0--


All the notes still form a C Major chord, but since the lowest note isn't the root, it sounds lackluster (all opinionated, it has its uses) compared to the first example.
#7
So ideally I want to have the notes lined up like you would on the piano right?


A chord with a note other than the root note in the bass is called an inversion, and it's entirely acceptable to use them provided you understand that they may behave different depending on the context. How they behave is a more complex subject, and if you're interested in the subject I strongly advise picking up a good book on harmony, such as the fifth edition of Piston's Harmony.
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