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    Close your eyes and think how you would describe a chord to a blind person. I’m not able to see chord charts so I need a simple way to learn a chord for example “string 1 fret 3”. Any thoughts, or useful web sites?


    Im assuming you’re using a screen reader? If so this might be helpful. Our standard tuning is gCEA. If we take A as our first string, E as our second, C as our third and G as our fourth we can make a simple enough chord chart with text that can be read by a screen reader. Numbers will represent our frets with 0 meaning open string.

    For example, our C major chord would be written as:
    Remembering that our first string is the A this would mean we play the third fret on the A string while leaving the rest open.
    Another example would be A minor shown as:
    or F major as:

    If this is any help to you i wouldn’t mind writing out the chord carts for you 🙂

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