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Defualt User ImageJonEve
9:31 pm Sunday
August 21, 2005
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I love this site, but don't find it as useful as I could because of the non-lefty friendlyness of it all. I know we're a rarer breed ( Laughing ) but is there any chance of getting the option to view the fretboards for chords/scales etc..etc.. the opposite way round. I'm sure there was something like that on the first version of the site. If it's still there and I have missed it, my apologies, but I can't find the option anywhere

Many thanks


Jonathan.
User ImageMike Lindyn
10:27 pm Sunday
August 21, 2005
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Hi Jonathan,

Did you and I talk via email a few times?

But yeah, I had a left hand version in the old design and when I redesigned everything I didn't get around to recreating the left hand versions. I'll get to that very soon give me a few more days and it should be back up.

Welcome to the board,
Mike
Defualt User ImageJonEve
8:16 am Wednesday
August 24, 2005
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Mike, I believe we may have emailed back and forth a few times, but quite a while ago I think...sorry if I sound like I'm nagging. Laughing

Much appreciated though, can't wait to start learning again! I may actually improve my playing (shock! horror!)

Thanks again.
User ImageMike Lindyn
8:25 am Wednesday
August 24, 2005
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Its not nagging at all. Very happy Glad the site is helping.

I'll try and start it in the morning if I get a little time.
User ImageNate
3:53 pm Wednesday
August 24, 2005
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Mike, I've noticed that quite a handful of people have been registering here over the last few days and there are a handful of new posters too. Right on! Very happy
User ImageMike Lindyn
5:20 pm Wednesday
August 24, 2005
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Yeah take a look at the main page. I think that is why. We were talking about doing this for a while so I finally did it. Very happy
User ImageNate
6:34 pm Wednesday
August 24, 2005
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Nice Mike! I remember the talk about it. I havn't been playing much the last week though, working alot so I havn't been to the main site to see that. Right on!!

Anyways, sorry to throw this thread off topic.

I'm done, proceed. Laughing
User ImageMike Lindyn
5:31 am Saturday
August 27, 2005
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Ok the left handed versions have been added again. Jon since you are the one who asked for this I leave it up to you to check that it looks right, to me it just looks backwards. Wink
Defualt User ImageYun
9:00 am Sunday
May 21, 2006
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help

who may tell me what is those red pot and white pot in the chord scale or tab scale ?
many thanks Smile
User ImageBillyJack
11:36 am Sunday
May 21, 2006
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Re: help

Quote From Yun:
who may tell me what is those red pot and white pot in the chord scale or tab scale ?
many thanks Smile
Hey Yun,
Nice to have you on board with us. The red dots indicate the key or root note of the scale or chord. The white dots indicate the other notes or intervals within that scale or chord.

For example:
The "C" scale consist of C,D,E,F,G,A&B. The "C" notes on the fret board will be red, while the others following "C" would be white.
Defualt User ImageYun
2:14 am Sunday
June 18, 2006
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thank you very, very much , Billy jack . Very happy Smile thanks for the answer

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