TabNabber Tabs   Musician Supported
  Music Tabs
Espa˝ol English
Franšais Русский
Artist: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Discussion Forums Free wisdom and all questions answered or your money back!
  [Advanced]
Forums > Website Related > [notename]6sus4 is wrong
3 years ago
[notename]6sus4 is wrong 2229 views
6 replies
ME
[Guest]
They show c6, c#6, d6 etc, not c6sus4, c#6sus4 etc
These two look the same:
http://ru.tabnabber.com/piano_chords.asp?r=0&a...
http://ru.tabnabber.com/piano_chords.asp?r=0&a...
Monika



3 years ago
BA


Admin
[Admin]

353 Posts
oops. you are correct. thanks for the corrections Monika! It will be fixed (once I figure out how to fix it)


3 years ago
BA


Admin
[Admin]

353 Posts
Fixed! You probably already figured it out by now but the sus4 just means to change the e to an f in the C6 chord. It's quite dissonant sounding. Me likey


3 years ago
ME
[Guest]
Yes, it's lovely!
I came here looking for Cmin-maj7+9. Any chance you could add that? I can't find it anywhere, and now you've found out how to fix the site and everything :P!


3 years ago
BA
[Guest]
Uhh... wait do you mean 2 different chords?

Or are you talking about just one chord (C minor major 7th add 9?)




3 years ago
ME
[Guest]
Yes, it's one chord, C minor major 7th +9, which is not the same as add9. I guess it's c,d#,g,b and then I figure +9 would be a d#, which doesn't make complete sense since there's already a d# in the chord.
It's no big deal though. Thanks for making this page.


3 years ago
BA


Admin
[Admin]

353 Posts
Thank u again for helping us improve the site! If you have an account let us know your username and we'll gladly give you some level up - exclusive member privileges and what not. :)




Page Loaded in: 0.4678 seconds

 

 
©2020 TabNabber.com - Musician Supported Contact us Advertising Merchandise Privacy Policy Terms of Use facebook Twitter