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Notation Reference



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Tom Napoli

Thanks Scott! Will there be any notification when it's posted or will we have to keep checking? Also, the white dots were on a chord fingering chart, not the tab staff. I believe you can see an example in the April issue on John Meyer's "Daughters". One chord shows a finger number for the dot and the next chord shows an open string while the dot in the third fret. BTW, I haven't explored the new site very far yet, but so far I like what it offers.


Reply posted 1 year ago by Tom Napoli


Scott Nygaard

We will be adding our complete notation guide to the new site very soon. White dots in tab are unusual, but they indicate alternative fingerings -- to show that an artist sometimes plays a voicing one way and sometimes another.


Reply posted 1 year ago by Scott Nygaard



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