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Thread: I need some help about "chord forms"...

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    I need some help about "chord forms"...

    I need some help about these two page i put here...
    they are chord forms but every page have a note..
    i don't know what is that means...

    they say " Note:The low register limit for all dom7 forms on this
    page is Eb ( possibly D )".....

    what is that mean....i don;t understand..it....

    sorry i am a guitar player live in taiwan..so my english is not good
    enough to understand that....

    i hope someone can help me.....thanks a lot....

    bigrats
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    does anybody know ??what is "low register limit" mean..??

    thanks......

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    i put a search on the web for "low register" and it looks like it refers to low pitched notes ... experts in theory can help in this i don't know the pure definition.

    so ** I THINK ** he means the lowest note in the chord is an Eb or a D.

    anyway keep asking i'm not sure about it
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    Only thing I can think of is that chord forms are "generic forms" that can be moved up or back down the fretboard and sometime it becomes redundant to keep using the same chord form. --- like lower than Eb is not recommended.

    Along the same lines of -- sometime you will place the root note of the scale on the 6th string, but D would places the scale in the upper octaves (10th fret) --- so you might want to change the pattern and use a 5th string placement and stay in the middle range of the fretboard..............
    Last edited by Malcolm; 08-31-2004 at 09:09 PM.

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    thanks ...i will keep going to figure it out...

    thanks a lot

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