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El Kiko

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to DavRom

Finally ... a freind ...




although it isnt dissimilar to early lute notation ... that you will notice they dumped ...

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Ruphus

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

Why was Robug´s tab file ignored?
His efforts on page 4 of this thread yield a beautifully looking tab file.
Only that for some reason the lower part of the sheet seems to be missing.

Robug, you there?
Can I have the complete .jpg please? And thank you for the nice work!

Ruphus
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Ricardo

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Ruphus

quote:

ORIGINAL: Ruphus

Why was Robug´s tab file ignored?
His efforts on page 4 of this thread yield a beautifully looking tab file.
Only that for some reason the lower part of the sheet seems to be missing.

Robug, you there?
Can I have the complete .jpg please? And thank you for the nice work!

Ruphus


It was incorrect. He never responded. I believe he only did the A chords I posted on page 1....those (as I replied to him if you followed) he did it wrong in a couple spots after all.

and if you followed the thread after that you can see how it spawned a discussion as per my corrections that certain voicings might not even be possible, which then turned into a free guitar lesson.

next

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Ruphus

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

I see. Too bad.
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pundi64

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Ricardo

Here is a book that shows 1500 Flamenco Chords
50 + Scales, 100+ progressions all these apply to Flamenco.

The books title is :
Gu'ia De La Guitarra Flamenca by David Levia.

It is written is several languages, so it can be read & studied by many.



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Yago Santos Official

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Yago Santos Guitar Course (in reply to Ricardo

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aaron peacock

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

Thank you, Ricardo, for starting this very *essential* thread.
Music theory and musical terms of communication are one thing.
The ramifications of the specific tuning of the guitar and it's open strings are another.
Flamenco culture is another.
The latter is hard to find specific info about, other than ears and eyes and paying attention and collecting.
Such a collection is priceless.

Thank you, all you lovely contributors, for this expanding compendium of lore.
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Louis29

 

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Ricardo

I don't know how you can learn the chords like this hahaha that's crazy. I discovered a spanish web where you can watch all the chords and differents lessons. I leave you the web here

My father is from spain so for me is really easy to understand everything, but I think that you can use google translator, it will be better than anything.
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estebanana

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RE: Explain (in reply to Ricardo

quote:



Part of the reason I started this thread was because this topic of chord voicing comes up often and there are some interesting left hand techniques you don't find in other guitar styles. "Andalusian hand Jive" estebanan called it once.

I have small hands and can grab this chord no problem even quick amidst some fast bass note falsetas etc., even my 670mm scale guitar no capo. The first trick to master is the half barre by bending the index first joint in a way to get the 4th,3rd and 2nd strings held with the top E string open. It's a matter of milimeters, most students will mute accidently the first string at first attemps. Next the pinky stretch is achieved by using thumb down very low behind the neck, the wrist almost straight and the elbow tucking quite close to your rib cage, in effect pointing your forearm back toward the headstock.

As some one said use of capo will make this chord more comfy.


Wow I had no idea I contributed some useful information to the chord thread that Ricardo approves of.

Mind boggling

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 21 2020 6:33:55
 
Ricardo

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RE: Explain (in reply to estebanana

quote:

ORIGINAL: estebanana

quote:



Part of the reason I started this thread was because this topic of chord voicing comes up often and there are some interesting left hand techniques you don't find in other guitar styles. "Andalusian hand Jive" estebanan called it once.

I have small hands and can grab this chord no problem even quick amidst some fast bass note falsetas etc., even my 670mm scale guitar no capo. The first trick to master is the half barre by bending the index first joint in a way to get the 4th,3rd and 2nd strings held with the top E string open. It's a matter of milimeters, most students will mute accidently the first string at first attemps. Next the pinky stretch is achieved by using thumb down very low behind the neck, the wrist almost straight and the elbow tucking quite close to your rib cage, in effect pointing your forearm back toward the headstock.

As some one said use of capo will make this chord more comfy.


Wow I had no idea I contributed some useful information to the chord thread that Ricardo approves of.

Mind boggling


Yes you make excellent contributions when you are Not holding your journal published articles hostage.

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Steven Campoli

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

hey guys, im following a course and its spanish with english subtitles. i will upload 2 photos. in the video he mentions A Flat 9 add 4 (the first pic), wanted to know from the pics if what i tabbed is correct.

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Ricardo

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Steven Campoli

Yes and the voicing is tabbed in my very first post.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 10 2021 3:04:37
 
Cervantes

 

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

Hi,

I have always had trouble with this barre chord which I think is a Major 7 chord:

When I stretch my middle finger two frets up on the fourth string, it pulls my index finger off the barre. I find it helps to angle my middle down toward the headstock.
Off course higher up the fretboard and using a capo helps.
Since the bass E string is not needed I am only the barre on the top 5 strings.
It is especially difficult to quickly transition from another position to this chord.
Any tips other than getting my index / middle fingers to stretch more?

Thanks!



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davewphx

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

Hi Cervantes thats a dominant 7th chord.

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Sr. Martins

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to El Kiko

This thread is still missing my favourite F..

F9

-X-
-X-
-0-
-1-
-0-
-1-

Anyone uses this?

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 26 2021 18:03:43
 
Ricardo

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Sr. Martins

Good one. It’s good if you head to this Bb

E—x-
B—3-
G—2–
D—0–
A—1–
E—1–

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 26 2021 23:37:03
 
Sr. Martins

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Ricardo

Ha, that's a pretty place to go to. I use it with this one, to my ear it gives the illusion of a down tuned guitar. Nice for tangos and bulerias.

-X-
-X-
-1-
-3-
-2-
-0-

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Ricardo

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RE: All Flamenco chords in Tab (in reply to Sr. Martins

To por Arriba? In that case, then don’t be afraid to get the open B string in the voicing.

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