Guitar Chord Maker

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Guitar chords are sets of tones created by pressing the strings against the frets on the guitar fingerboard. This Demonstration identifies different possible finger positions that create different kind of chords. A large variety of different chords are found in the advanced version.


Guitars may be tuned in different ways; this is determined here by the base tune of the sixth (thickest) string and the intervals between the strings.


Contributed by: Arne Eide (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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