#1
It would be great if there was a place where it listed them all in one place. My books I have bought only list a few, and sometimes tabs don't show them so I end up researching for them before I can begin to play a song. Any place where I can find them in one convient area? Thanks for the help!

First post, and I love this site. Printed off like 10 billion tabs now.
#2
Sure. Search the main UG site for "All the chords". Someone took the trouble of listing pretty much every combination you can think of.

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#5
Learn how to actually construct chords using the major scale, rather than just learning random patterns without seeing the logic behind them.
#6
Quote by Thunderstorm
Learn how to actually construct chords using the major scale, rather than just learning random patterns without seeing the logic behind them.


+1

Nothing wrong with learning positions of some popular chords (in fact it may benefit you and make chord changes smoother), but I would always recommend looking into some basic theory and be able to contruct chords at will.
#7
Quote by willzo
It would be great if there was a place where it listed them all in one place. My books I have bought only list a few, and sometimes tabs don't show them so I end up researching for them before I can begin to play a song. Any place where I can find them in one convient area? Thanks for the help!

First post, and I love this site. Printed off like 10 billion tabs now.


I use these sites:

http://www.jamplay.com/guitar-chords/free-guitar-chords.html

and

http://jguitar.com/chordsearch
#8
Quote by Thunderstorm
Learn how to actually construct chords using the major scale, rather than just learning random patterns without seeing the logic behind them.

I don't need advice, but thanks. I have a qualified teacher to teach me what I should know. My reason for this because I would like to view all the chords...