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Old 06-07-2012, 05:10 PM   #15
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I will installed and see how it goes, then I will tell you about bass guitar.. thanks!
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Originally Posted by MartinZ View Post
Hi skydive,

PBChord is more or less a song book (that makes sense for an ebook reader device ).

is (as it name says ) mainly chord based. As far as I know, a bass guitar is played more or less note by note. So you would need tablatures and not chords for bass, right?

Until now PBChord can print out chords and lyrics and -as PBChord treats the chords as separate objects- can collect all used chords of a song and show assigned fingering diagrams or transpose to a different key.

The tablatures however are not treated as musical objects but printed out exactly as they are defined in the source text.

What would a bass player need exactly?
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