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The Ultimate Guitar Chord Chart Paperback – 1999
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1 - I'm a beginner for the most part (I play rhythm guitar/chords mostly out of easy guitar or fake books, and I can transpose some of the music on the fly so that I can sing with it)
2 - The fingerings in this book are all for the first 4-5 frets (I'm not good at barre chords yet)
3 - It is thin enough to fit underneath my guitar in my case
4 - It was only $3 (retail)
I've only used it a little bit and I'm very pleased with it.
Please be advised - this is a BOOK and not a poster chart. It has all the keys (A, A#/Bb, B, C, C#/Db, D, D#/Eb, F, F#/Gb, G, G#/Ab) and traditional chords: major, minor, 7th, sus, major 7th, diminished 7th, (and a couple others I'll add later).
If you are playing easy guitar - then this is a good reference. I like it better than the Incredible Chord Finder (also by Hal Leonard) because the printing is black on white (no grey), the book lies flat when open, and the other reasons I mentioned above (no barre chords ... no really advanced fancy chords).
This book won't appeal to everyone, but I'm very pleased with it.
An excellent feature is the suggested finger placements that really is useful for transitions.
* It isn't exactly very Kindle device-friendly. The other reviews can testify to this as well. It is important to see the finger patterns properly especially when you are learning a new instrument.
* Given that this is a chords chart, you will need to refer to this e-book time and again. You will just get frustrated seeing all the chord charts being messed up.
* The chords information can be found online - I recommend going to UltimateGuitar.com. You can find the chords there as well as learn to play your favourite songs. This e-book is simply not worth the price - the money can be better spent on other e-books.
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Short and simple reference book. I use this with the chord wheel to look at alternate chords. I like to mix it up and try different voicings and easier chord transitions.Published 8 days ago by MC@Galt, CA
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This is an excellent no nonsense chart and easy to quickly find a chord. Its very thin and fits easily in gig bag, music stand, even my songbook! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mushroom Hunter