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Is there any where on the internet that anyone knows of that has different chord voicings for guitar. I don't mind if its a PDF, website, YouTube video i just would prefer if it was free.

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    I won't post this as an answer because it's still very much a work in progress, but here's something I've been working on as a bit of a hobby. Works best in chrome - no guarantees - feel free to play around with it. -> sharehost.co.uk/chords – Noel Walters Jun 29 '15 at 11:05
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    green border = moveable shape (ie no open strings), blue dots = chord contains duplicated notes. but that may change. It's really just a test bed for development purposes at the moment (i.e sometimes it might not work at all). When it's finished I'll move it to a different address. – Noel Walters Jun 29 '15 at 11:22
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This PDF seems pretty thorough: http://www.guitaralliance.com/acoustic_package/strummingschool/chords/Voicings.pdf

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A simple Google search for guitar chords will find many versions. Some are printable and some are best viewed on line as an interactive device.

Here is one that seems quite thorough, is easy to read, and can be printed or saved on your computer. It's a free download and I just downloaded two copies of it to my computer. Click this link Free Guitar Chord Chart then select #3 (Ultimate Guitar Chords eBook.pdf).

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