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Translation of achords from DoM to G

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latina  
6 Mar 2007 16:29 | Quote
Posts: 2

Hi!
I have a problem here. I learned guitars very long time ago with an old system where the achords were named as their real sound, example: DoM - Dom - ReM - Rem7 - La#... etc.

Now I wanted to back to play but I donīt understand the way they write the achords (A - C - G - D...)

So anyone :
- how is the name with the one I learned?
- how can I translate the tablatarures from the old method to the new one?
- where can I find all the achords in my old method so at least I can do the transfer by myself??

Thanks to everyone!!

soy.el.che  
6 Mar 2007 16:49 | Quote
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Mexico
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+_-
lets see if you really are latin: tube un problema igual, con las notas. ai, alguien me dijo cual era cada una. empiezas igual, solo que en la (la, si, do, re, etc) la=A si=B
soy.el.che  
6 Mar 2007 16:52 | Quote
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Mexico
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you start w/La, that is the same as A, and you keep going la si do re mi fa sol la
A B C D E F G A
i think its the spanish system
latina  
6 Mar 2007 17:17 | Quote
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Gracias!!! (si de verdad que soy latina)
mightydave  
6 Mar 2007 17:30 | Quote
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Belgium
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euhm don't know what you guys are saying but
A=La
B=Si
C=Do
D=Re
E=Mi
F=FA
G=Sol

here in my country they normally use the do re mi fa sol la si too instead of the a b c d e f g thing
soy.el.che  
6 Mar 2007 17:40 | Quote
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Mexico
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cool. you should try learning spanish


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