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    Quote Originally Posted by CyrilleB View Post
    Strawberry Fields Forever - Lennon-McCartney (The Beatles)
    Very elegant chart for a supremely difficult tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shin1ro View Post
    from The Beatles (White album)

    Martha My Dear (full) - Lennon-McCartney
    Can you (or someone) tell me how to notate those forward slash bass notes like you have done with this chart? I love that trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiiscool View Post
    A Day In The Life - The Beatles
    There was a chord you had in here that wasn't working, an Asus2. Typically, only the third can be suspended because this is the tone that determines the tonality of the chord (i.e. whether it is major or minor). An A2 , also known as a mu major which was popularized by Steely Dan, isn't really "suspended" because the third, the C# in this case, is still sounded.

    Anyway, the chords are working now, and perhaps you could give it a listen and see if it is sounding the way you intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregH3000 View Post
    Can you (or someone) tell me how to notate those forward slash bass notes like you have done with this chart? I love that trick.
    A quick search of the forums for "slash chords"
    (The 1st result) https://www.irealb.com/forums/showth...r-slash-chords
    Does that answer your question?
    )BOB
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 07-13-2019 at 09:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregH3000 View Post
    There was a chord you had in here that wasn't working, an Asus2. Typically, only the third can be suspended because this is the tone that determines the tonality of the chord (i.e. whether it is major or minor). An A2 , also known as a mu major which was popularized by Steely Dan, isn't really "suspended" because the third, the C# in this case, is still sounded.
    A2 chord is a chord without a 3rd (the 2nd replaces the 3rd): root, 2nd and 5th
    It's different from Aadd9 chord, where both 2nd and 3rd are played: root, 2nd, 3rd and 5th

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    Hello, Goodbye - Lennon-McCartney (The Beatles)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxdjazz View Post
    A quick search of the forums for "slash chords"
    (The 1st result) https://www.irealb.com/forums/showth...r-slash-chords
    Does that answer your question?
    )BOB
    Thanks, Bob; I figured it a few hours later working on a new chart.

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    All My Loving (with solo memo) - The Beatles (Lennon, McCartney)

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    Woman - John Lennon

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    Lady Madonna - Lennon-McCartney (The Beatles)

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