sorry, but I hate Chord information like:
key of E minor...
that the key is in E minor, I found normally by my self.
But I will be very happy if I get more information. And yes, it will be practice my ear if I found the chords by my self.
But, my time is not enough for this.
Please give me this information, it helps me a lot.
Thanks in advance
yes, you are looking at the administrators signature.
The Pro version is pretty cool. I may buy it
In no particular order:
One doesn't bother because the process of providing chord information feels do bothersome
One is unsure of which chords actually are played especially if the track is riff-based
One feels that the chord sequence is so obvious that anyone should get it, like a 12 bar blues
One is plain right lazy
Am i missing some reasons here?
How do we address the different reasons?
....Am i missing some reasons here?
Perhaps one point isn't covered:
One doesn't know the names of chords. (I play with such a guitarist since many years)
If you use a chromatic tuner it will show you e b e g d e. What will be the root? Why you got 4 different tones? Hasn't a chord only three?
One reason could be: keep it secret!
Ps write down the notes of the tuner to a system with 5 lines and you'll learn some fancy secrets...
Edited by Neronick on 05-12-2016 15:57
Edited by KMstar on 05-12-2016 16:00
Now, how to address them. Today there is no shortage on information and other resources. But i think the situation is very much like posting in an internet forum i a language that is not your own. Even if you have something to say, you might be intimidated by the thought that you either may be misunderstood or ridicule yourself (or both). I think most of us who are not native english speakers have been there. But we have overcome that. Could it be that the reluctance to provide chord (and other) info can be overcome in a similar way?
Edited by nilton on 05-12-2016 18:26
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