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    Default What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    Does anyone know what happened to Brian Amberg's amazing website illustrating just about any chord for any stringed instrument (chordlist.brian-amberg.de)? I can get it to open but it won't let you click on an actual specific chord. I get a "This site can't be reached" error message.

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    awww...I got that message too! I had it in my bookmarks. Loved that site.

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    http://www.bryanwilsoncello.com/cello-chords

    This book has been the most helpful resource ever for tenor guitar, it's written for cello with sheet music and fingerings only. It may be helpful for you.
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    I found this site for the GDAE tuning

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mandolin/co...dolin_to_have/

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    Default Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    I just tried it again today and it seems to be back to normal. Thought I'd let everyone know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashook View Post
    I just tried it again today and it seems to be back to normal. Thought I'd let everyone know.
    And.... then it's gone again.

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    and now it's back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McCall View Post
    and now it's back.
    It's gone again. Can someone try contacting him? This is the best chord book anywhere. Those other sites that folks are putting up are jokes.

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    Hi there, fell on this topic while searchin' for The Great Huge Chords List.
    Website is still close but I keep a screenshot of the GDAE banjo chords I made few times ago, hope it might help..

    It seems to me that I have print the same chart for the CGDA tuning, I will check it.

    Enjoy!


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    Default Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    Why isn't the A played on the second fret of the 4th string for the D, Dm and D7 chords?

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    Ask Brian !
    I used to play them this way, sounds good. But is better with the A indeed.

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    Default Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    It appears Brian prefers the root to always be the lowest note.

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    For DGBE Tuning the only place i can find to refer to for the more complex voicings and arrangements is ukulele-chords.com/baritone/ Particularly for those jazzy chords and their inversions (well some of them, even there they seem to fall short at times) Theres also a book, "Tenor Guitar Bible" for various tunings.

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    Default Re: What Happened to Brian's Huge Chord List?

    Quote Originally Posted by EJMUSIC View Post
    For DGBE Tuning the only place i can find to refer to for the more complex voicings and arrangements is ukulele-chords.com/baritone/ Particularly for those jazzy chords and their inversions (well some of them, even there they seem to fall short at times) Theres also a book, "Tenor Guitar Bible" for various tunings.
    what do you mean by "complex" voicings? Various 9ths, 11ths, various lesser used 7ths that kind of thing? I have my guitar toolkit app for a lot of that.
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    Interesting you mention he likes the root at the bottom of the chord, guitar-like. I’m just in the process of trying to learn the opposite.
    Basically I play with a scale or melody, then I start with a note in the scale on string one or two, and call it the root and imagine/find/memorise the chords that it will make, major, minor, seventh, major seventh dim and aug.

    It goes quite easy because once I know the root then it’s really chord shapes that I’m trying to remember.

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