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    We agree, the bass note (or chord inversion as it is also sometimes called) is very useful information. After some investigation, it appears this would be a very large undertaking. We have however been working on this and we hope to implement this soon. Stay tuned!

    ALANAHB commented  · 

    Hello everyone. This is Ross from New Zealand, and a relative new member to Chordify, but a bass player for many decades back to the 70's.
    In my experience you follow the guitar chords and if the lead guitar hits a C you just simply play a C or do a run from a G to C or even from a top E down.
    Can anyone give me a practical example (song titles) of how the C chord is played with an E, I would be very interested.
    Best wishes everyone. Regards Ross.

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