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#1 2012-08-31 16:11:24

aodnert
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Ukulele Chord Variations

Hello,

Thank you Chordie for so many hours of solid good fun.

1) When viewing individual songs, I always use the drop down menu to convert the chords to ukulele.

2) I see a chord chart on the right of all the chords used in that song. When I click on them I get several variations of the chord, which I love.

3) When I go to the large chord chart: http://www.chordie.com/chords.php I do not have the option to convert to ukulele.

Is there any way I can look up a chord and it's variation without searching randomly through songs to find one that happens to have the B_Maj_7_(-9) or what have you?

Thank You for a marvelous site.

Adam Odnert (aodnert)

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#2 2012-09-13 02:18:49

aodnert
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Re: Ukulele Chord Variations

Any ideas?

aodnert wrote:

Hello,

Thank you Chordie for so many hours of solid good fun.

1) When viewing individual songs, I always use the drop down menu to convert the chords to ukulele.

2) I see a chord chart on the right of all the chords used in that song. When I click on them I get several variations of the chord, which I love.

3) When I go to the large chord chart: http://www.chordie.com/chords.php I do not have the option to convert to ukulele.

Is there any way I can look up a chord and it's variation without searching randomly through songs to find one that happens to have the B_Maj_7_(-9) or what have you?

Thank You for a marvelous site.

Adam Odnert (aodnert)

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#3 2012-09-14 00:32:42

Roger Guppy
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Re: Ukulele Chord Variations

You should be able to change the default setting to ukulele but that option is showing an error message at present. I have reported it and will let you know when it is fixed.

Roer


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#4 2012-09-16 10:07:36

Roger Guppy
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Re: Ukulele Chord Variations

This bug is now fixed and you are now able to change your default setting to ukulele.

Roger


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Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.
We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing. (George Bernard Shaw)
Do, or do not. There is no try. (Yoda)

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#5 2012-11-18 02:39:24

aodnert
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From: Dallas, TX
Registered: 2012-07-09
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Re: Ukulele Chord Variations

Thanks Roger - I was able to click on the Resources Tab, and scroll down to change my default instrument to ukulele.

One more question if I may:

On the "Resources" Tab, there is a link at the top called "A large chord chart" [ http://www.chordie.com/chords.php ]

That brings you to a comprehensive chord chart for 6 strings.

If I click on the first chord for example "A" - the link presents several ways to play the chord: http:// www . chordie.com/voicings.php?tuning=EADGBE&chord=A

Finally, if I replace the [EADGBE] in the address bar with [GCEA] I can see the ukulele chords.

Is there a way to see the main page http://www.chordie.com/chords.php in [GCEA] to begin with?

I only ask out of enjoying the site so much - I don't mean to be a nudge.

Adam

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