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March 1 2013, 12:56 pm by Papaw2010 |
Not really a comment but a couple of questions, What is the +4 and +5 mean? I am new to guitar but have played drums for 40+ years. Also, what does transpose mean, I see it changes the chords you play but why? We can start with those,
Thank you
March 23 2013, 11:37 am by DEATHCRUE |
I think its there for people who want to learn the song in a different key cause there voice could be higher or lower so they can not play it in standard
May 30 2013, 11:37 am by Papaw2010 |
DEATHCURE; Thank you, I have sent many questions on other songs and you are the first to reply. I start my first lesson today. Thanks Again.
July 4 2013, 09:23 pm by Kat97 |
do you know the strum pattern?
May 24 2014, 01:40 pm by backstorysongs |
didn't like this contribution
June 6 2014, 04:50 am by domenic.king.7 |
@Pawpaw2010 to transpose the song is changing the key. This great website does it for you which is great, because i have a low voice so in most song i have to transpose it down. plus sometimes add a capo to get the song in my vocal range. The numbers are there to tell you how many half steps you have changed the key by and the + or - is telling you if you have transposed it up or down. For instance i have transposed this song down a whole step. which when looking at the tanspose bar shows up as -2. so instead of the chords being A D and E they are G C and D.
June 6 2014, 05:05 am by domenic.king.7 |
verse i do DDD UU DD and chorus i do the same but at "Out here in the open" till after "Motorboatin'" is just one hard strum on the A if its in the oringinal tabbed key. and by hard i mean something that will sustain till after Motorboatin', not break a string hard lol
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