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Old 07.13.08, 4:31 PM
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i need some help finding these chords

I know the song is in korean... I don't really know how to find tabs for korean songs... can anyone help me find the chords for the prechorus and the chorus of this song?

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Old 08.23.08, 11:33 AM
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The pre-chorus is Cmaj7 - Amaj add9 - Bmin7 - A minor.

it's been i while since i read tabs, but i believe the bottom line on tabs is the low E-string, and the top line is the high E-string, so with that in mind, here are those chords tabbed out:

Cmaj7:

x
x
9
9
7
8

Amaj add9:

x
x
9
9
7
5

Bmin7:

2
3
2
4
2
x

A minor:

x
5
5
7
7
5

so thats the pre-chorus. just before they go back to the Cmaj7, he plays a B minor. its not complex or anything, he just slides up the A minor by two frets. I didn't list it in the progression because its more of a passing tone. The first three chords are played for one measure a-piece, but the A minor and the B minor are played for a half-note each, meaning that they're played for half as long as the other chords.

the guitar player just plays octave slides during the chorus until the last chorus, where a rhythm guitar starts playing powerchords - G - F# - B - C - D. The only thing odd about the progression is the F#. The 5th in the F# is raised a half-step, so where for most power chords you just play the root note (lets say it's a G, 3rd fret on the low E string), then you move up two frets and play the 5th fret on the A string to get the 5th of the chord (in this case is a D) and the 5th fret on the D string to get the octave (which of course, is another G), With the F#, you would play the root (second fret on the low E string), then the 5th fret on the A string (the raised 5th), and the 4th fret on the D string (the octave).

Sorry if i got too simplistic with it. It's not my intention to patronize you, i just don't know you personally, so i figured it was smarter to assume that you knew nothing about chords and theory and just start with the basics than to assume you knew more than you do.

Just let me know if you need any more help.
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Old 07.24.09, 9:45 AM
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nah, its cool. I understand making things simplified for people. Although I just needed help figuring out some of the chords :] LOL its almost a year later and I finally checked this because I was hoping someone replied... I really want to use the chord progression for an instrumental I'm working on for a concert opening. :] thanks dude!
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