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Asked by kimi on 2002-07-02
ok i understand reading tabs. but say theres like a chord at the top of it...does that mean i play the chord and then the fret part at the same time? i just dont get it, but dont make fun...i just started. and i havent had a lesson yet but so far, ur sites helped me...i just dont get that.
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Answer posted by mark on 2002-09-20
perhaps i can help. The chord above the tab indicates an altenativ form of a chord, so like u have an C chord, u play the C, but only different

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-12-20
You can also have one person play the chord and one person play the tab as a solo. The chord above the tab is usually the root for the tab underneith it.

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