These are the chord symbols. I don't know much about these chords but am quite experienced with guitar tabs.
b5 b5 b5 d6 F#6 F#6 d6 d6 d6 b5 d6 c#6 c#6 c#6 A5 b5
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I hope I understood it correctly, here you go:
There are hundreds of other voicings but these are the ones I most frequently use.
You may see new chords in the future so I'd highly recommend to use
Guitar Pro software : click
Note on toolbar then click
Chord... then you can select your chord.
this website is also good if you don't have access to this software : all-guitar-chords.com.
You will find all chords existed up to now !
Additionally,I found it very beneficial, interesting and easy to know chord patterns . all of us
need to know them...
I would like to begin by saying that an X5 chord is any chord that is made up of a root and the fifth. So a B5 chord will be made up of a B and an F#. A C5 chord will be made up of C and G.
And a 6 chord can be a chord that has the root, fifth and sixth added.
I am leaving the third (major and minor) ambiguous as I am assuming you are playing some sort of distorted guitar and you are looking for power voicings....
That being said, this is a possible interpretation of the chord in tab: