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    Guitar Pro

    Any one out there use the tab software Guitar pro? I have the free try it out version but wondering if the full version is worth the expense?
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    I have not used the Guitar Pro so I cannot offer any opinion on it.

    However, I recently stumbled across a site that might be worth checking out. It is free. You just upload a mp3 and it will figure chords out. I have tried a few things like this out just to see if they were accurate. I haven't found one yet that is 100% correct in all chords. I did try one tricky song on this one (link below) and, while it messed up on a couple of chords, overall it was pretty good.
    If you have a reasonable "ear" for hearing chords, I believe this is a handy tool. And, as I said earlier, it is free.
    http://chords.fm/online/web/
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    Looks like a cool site, will try it out later. I can get most of a song by ear usually, unless it's in some wild tune down key. It's the little nuances and shifts that give me issues. I normally just add my own..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunmichael View Post
    Looks like a cool site, will try it out later. I can get most of a song by ear usually, unless it's in some wild tune down key. It's the little nuances and shifts that give me issues. I normally just add my own..lol

    If it is tuned down, throw a capo on to get you to open chords...
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