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I'm looking for a great downloadable guitar chord dictionary and I was wondering if anyone else has tried a few programs and has one that they really love.

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This question probably isn't a good match for this site. S/E likes questions with definite answers. – baordog Jul 2 '14 at 19:38
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You don't need any programs for this. Just use an extensive chart like the one on link.

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