#1
What are the names of these chords?

Guitar pro calls them one thing and a chord book calls them another...


#4
Quote by seljer
Ebmaj7
Fdim7
Am7b5
Cm7
This man knows his chords

The first one is D#maj7 though (looking at the music it shows D# as the root, looking at the tab it's either, but the music shows all).

The music is pretty dumb though. For Cmin7 it shows A# instead of Bb (which would be the b7).
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#5
Quote by metal4all
This man knows his chords

the sad thing is those are the only voicings i know for those diminshed ones

and on the D#/Eb thing -> I don't like F doublesharp either
#6
Here is how Guitar pro lists them.......





Maybe guitar pro needs a Update....

everything is based on sharps in guitar pro for some reason
Last edited by newguitars08 at Oct 5, 2008,
#7
From experience, I say don't trust Guitar Pro when naming chords.
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#8
Quote by newguitars08

Maybe guitar pro needs a Update....

everything is based on sharps in guitar pro for some reason


power tab is retarded at it too
#9
Quote by jaffawoman
From experience, I say don't trust Guitar Pro when naming chords.


yup. it's really misleading.

and it 'thinks' as sharps most of the time because you either don't choose a key signature, or you use one with sharps. if you use a Gm key sig for example it will name chords as flats. wrongly, most likely, but yeah.