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The Keyboard Computer Chord Chart Finder shows you the chords on the keyboard and on the bass and treble clef music staff. So you see what each piano chord and/or keyboard chord looks like both on your sheet music and on your keyboard! This will not only solve all your chord problems, but it will also speed up your sight-reading!

Why?

Because you see the notation and what your left hand plays -- all in the same glance. So your brain connects the two, and your sight-reading automatically speeds up. Notice it also shows the scale of the piano chord! Those are the notes you use to improvise based on that chord!(Excellent for learning to improvise!) It makes no sound, but you see what the piano chord looks like for your hand to play  and your eye to read!

For those of you who play guitar, it is very useful for you to know piano chords as well as guitar chords. Guitar chords are really the same as piano chords -- the guitar tabs (guitar tablature) looks different, but it's really just a picture of where your hands should go on the frets. Usually piano music doesn't have "piano tabs", but most piano music uses chord symbols such as Fm7, G6, Eb9, and so on. But the notes in a guitar chord are exactly the same as in a piano chord, so musicians who double on both guitar and piano have an advantage. This chord finder will help you find any kind of chord -- so called "jazz chords", "Christian guitar chords", "rock chords", "praise & worship chords" -- music chords of all types from augmented to diminished to 7ths to 13ths. And don't forget that a piano chord is exactly the same as a keyboard chord -- no difference at all. It functions like a chord dictionary -- a chord locator -- a chord finder -- and leads you to all the inversions of piano chords. I would encourage any guitar players to learn not only guitar tablature -- guitar chords, but also piano chords so that the connection between the two types becomes clear. It can only make you into a better musician! (Wouldn't it be nice to have a chord chart with both piano tabs and guitar tabs on the same chord finder! Maybe someday, but meanwhile, enjoy all these wonderful piano chords!) The only kind of chord the chart doesn't cover are "slash chords" "altered chords" and "poly-chords", because these are basically infinite. Check Out
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