This Vertical view of the intervalometer can be use to read and write Chord Frames. In most books you learn only one position of a chord by rote. Your hand moves all over the place with some songs. This Vertical view shows you in this example over Forty positions for a "C"major chord. The strings each have the Note names in the boxes and you can see the voicing using the numbers to the left of the boxes. By moving your fingers to different places and using different combinations of strings you can create any Tonal Quality Voicing that your ear loves. Sliding the overlay to a new letter name we can work out the closest relationships between these chords and conserve your hand movements.
There are some examples of Chord frames on the next page.
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