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Thank you for purchasing this high quality electronic keyboard.

This electronic keyboard provides entertainment and education for you, make it perfect for realtime performance or as a versatile instrument for your home. In order to obtain maximum performance and enjoyment from the keyboard, please follow the steps outlined in this manual while actually trying out its features. We are sure you will enjoy this keyboard with its unlimited features and fun.

Main Features
49 Keys Keyboard. Multi-Functional LCD. Function Parameter. 100 Voices. 100 Auto Accompany Styles. 100 Songs of Different Styles. 3 Levels of Song Lesson Mode ("lesson 1", "lesson 2", "lesson 3"). Auto Chord Bass on/off. Record and Play Back. 5 Groups of Memory Registration. 9 Levels for Accomp. Volume. Sync, Start/Stop, Fill-in Control for Styles. Chord Dictionary. Others: Piano, Sustain. 16 Channels for MIDI Out.

Contents
General Guide - Front Panel - LCD Display - Rear Panel Preparation - Taking Care of Your Unit - Power Supply - Connection Playing the Keyboard Playing the Songs Playing the DEMO Voice - Selecting a Voice - Transpose - Using Sustain - Using Piano Style - Selecting an Auto-style - Using SYNC - Using FILL-IN Using Auto Bass Chord - Single Fingering - Standard Fingering Using One-Touch Setting Using the Metronome Function Record and Play Back Chord Dictionary Memory/Percussion Using MIDI Specifications Appendix 1 Voices List Appendix 2 Styles List Appendix 3 Songs List Appendix 4 Chord Dictionary Appendix 5 MIDI Implementation Chart Appendix 6 Chord Charts
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General Guide

CHOIR BOWED METALLIC HALO SWEEP SYNTH SFX RAIN SOUNDTRACK CRYSTAL ATMOSPHERE BRIGHTNESS GOBLINS ECHOES DRUM SECTION KEYBOARD DRUM

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1. Front Panel
POWER ON/OFF PLAY/STOP RECORD LEARNING -CHORD DIRECT -LESSON FUNCTION M1/PAD1-M5/PAD5 SONG STYLE NUMBER KEYS DEMO SUSTAIN MASTER VOLUME ACCOMP VOLUME TEMPO WRITE SYNC/FILL O.T.S. A.B.C. START/STOP MEMORY/PERCUSSION VOICE METRO PIANO LCD DISPLAY
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8 10 14 15 11 9 12 16

2. LCD Display
LESSON 1 LESSON 2 LESSON 3 CHORD DIRECT AUTO BASS CHORD STYLE/SONG/VOICE TREBLE CLEF BASS CLEF BEAT TEMPO/COUNT ACCOMP VOLUME METRO MEMORY/PERCUSSION RECORD/PLAY ONE TOUCH SETTING SUSTAIN KEYBOARD

3. Rear Panel
MIC IN MIDI OUT PHONES/OUTPUT DC 9V

Preparation
Take Care of Your Unit
1. Avoid placing the unit in areas that

are subject to excessive humidity or heat. 2. Avoid exposing to excessive dust or moisture. 3. Do not place any heavy objects on the unit and to suffer from strong physical shock. 4. Never use chemicals such as benzine or thinner to clean the unit .

Using Power Adapter An AC adaptor is required when using household current. The adaptor shall be 9V DC output, center positive type. Be sure to turn off the unit before connecting the adaptor into AC outlet and the cord into the unit.
AC Adaptor AC Outlet

Power Supply
You can power the unit either by batteries or by power adaptor (both are not Included). Follow the instructions described below.

Using Batteries 6 pieces of C size (SUM-2 or R-14) or equivalent alkaline batteries must first be installed into the battery compartment.
1. Open the battery compartment cover

located on the bottom cabinet of the unit. 2. Insert the batteries, carefully follow the polarity markings on the cabinet. 3. Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it locks firmly in place.

Importance 1. The adaptor may become warm when it is operating; this is normal and not indicating any problem. 2. Unplug the adaptor from the power source when you are not using the unit. 3. Never use power supply that does not match the specification of the instruments.

Connect ion
Connecting Headphone
A pair of headphone can be plugged into the HEADPHONE jack located on the rear of the unit. The internal speaker will automatically shut off when headphone is plugged into the jack.

Caution:
Do not mix old and new batteries. Always use same types of batteries. Always remove the batteries from the unit when it is not being used for an extended period of time.
The normal function of the product may be disturbed by Strong Electro Magnetic Interference.

Caution! If so, simply reset the product to resume normal operation by following the instruction manual.
In case the function could not resume, please use the product in other location.

Connecting an Amplifier Plug an audio cord into the PHONE jack. Then plug the other end of the cord into LINE IN or AUX IN of the amplifier. Connecting a Microphone Check to make sure that the keyboard 's power switch is set to "off". Plug a microphone into the MIC IN jack.
Note: Use only the monaural microphone for this function (microphone not included).

Playing the Keyboard


1. To turn on the keyboard, set [power]

to ON. The display lights. Note: For reminding you in power saving, the keyboard automatically sounds a voice "Ding Dong" about every 2 minutes to alert you to switch off the unit when not in use.
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2. Adjust the volume to your desired

level. Repeatedly press [master volume] up or [master volume] down to increase or decrease the volume. The keyboard's volume ranges from 0 (no sound) to 9 (Maximum) and the current volume level appears on the display.

From 0 to 9

Playing the Songs


You can listen to any of the 100 songs listed at the right panel. Each song plays the preset tone of the melody.
1. Press [song]. The display indicates

From 00 to 99
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"SONG" and the code of the current song.


2. Choose a song from the SONGS list

and enter its two-digit number on the keypad. You can press [-] or [+] to move up or down to the next song.
3. Press [start/stop] to start playing the

song.

You can change the song by repeating step 2 even while a song is playing; the new song immediately begins to play. The song you have chosen will play continuously until you stop it. As a song plays, the display indicates: A "keyboard" shows you the fingering of the notes of the song which is playing. The black dots besides the song code will count the beats in the measure. 4. To change the tempo, repeatedly press TEMPO UP or TEMPO DOWN until the desired tempo appears.
5. To select a different song, repeat step

2. To stop, press [start/stop].


6. Three Modes of SONG LESSON

Your keyboard's learning function allows beginners to learn and play one of the pre-recorded songs easily.

Press [song], then repeatedly press [lesson] until the arrow points to "lesson 1", "lesson 2" or "lesson 3" on the left of the display. Select a song from the SONGS list and enter its two-digit number on the keypad. You can also press [+] or [-] to move up or down to the next song. If you want to play the song with accompaniment in the learning mode, repeatedly press [lesson] until the arrow appears next to "lesson 3".

"Lesson 1" (one key) Press [start/stop]. The first note of the song you selected will appear on the display. Press any key on the keyboard at the correct time for learning the tempo of the selected song. You will see the next note displays for you to learn and press; otherwise it will proceed to a waiting status. To stop learning, press [start/stop] again. If you press [lesson], the flag will appear next to LESSON 2 and a note will appear. "Lesson 2" (waiting) In this mode, you can learn the tones of a demo song. The song continues to play only if you have pressed the correct keys according to the keyboard displays. Waiting status happens if a wrong key is pressed.

"Lesson 3" (melody off) In this mode, follow the current note and tempo to play with the demo song. The keyboard performs accompaniment and displays the staff and notes of the melody for you to follow. The accompaniment keeps on playing. If you catch both the right note and the right tempo, the entire score will be added; otherwise, the score will be deducted. Grade "lesson 2" and "lesson 3" have the grading function. There are four levels. After the lesson, the program will tell you the level you get. Level four Excellent Level three: Very Good Level two Good Level one OK After grading, the song will be playing again, retaining the Lesson. mode.

Playing the DEMO


You can listen to any of the 100 demos. Each song plays the preset tone of the melody.
1. Press [demo] to start playing a demo.

From 00 to 99
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The display indicates "de" and the code of the current demo.
2. Choose a song from the DEMOS list

and enter its two-digit number on the keypad. You can press [-] or [+] to move up or down to the next demo.
3. Press [start/stop] or [demo] to stop

playing the song.


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Voice
Selecting a Voice
Your keyboard can perform sounds of 100 different musical instruments. The name and two-digit number for each preset voice is listed on VOICES list on the keyboard's top panel .
1. Press [voice], VOICE and the current From 00 to 99
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voice 's code appears.


2. To change the voice, choose a preset

voice from the VOICES list and enter its two-digit number on the keypad. Precede a single-digit number with a '0 '. For example, to select Clavi (08), press '0 ' and '8 '. As you press the keys, the selected digits appear.
3. You can use [+] or [-] to move up or

down to the next tone.


4. You may now start playing the key-

board.

Transpose
1. Press [function], and the LCD will
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display 'TPS 0'; use [+] or [-] to shift the pitch in a range of 6 semi-tone .
2. The keyboard automatically selects

the key of middle "C" each time you turn it on. For added flexibility, press [function] until 'TPS 0' displays. The number displayed after 'TPS 0' is the current transpose value. If there is no symbol on its left, the value is positive. If there is a '-' on its left, the value is negative. Press [+][-] to adjust the keyboard holistic pitch within +6 semi-tones. Press [+] and [-] at the same time to return the transpose to 0. The new transpose value is available imm-ediately after set up.

Using Sustain
For added flexibility and control when you make music, you can set the keyboard with a sustaining sound.
1. To sustain the notes you are playing,
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press [sustain]. 'SUSTAIN' appears and the keyboard sustains the played notes until you release [sustain].
2. Press [sustain] again to turn it off .

Using Piano
The Piano mode plays the piano voice, and stops any other voices and styles in the performance mode.
1. Press [piano] to enter the piano

mode. 'PIANO' displays.


2. To exit the piano mode, press

[voice], [song], [style], [demo], any of the five Memory buttons in "memory status", or [piano] again.

Style
Selecting an Auto-Style
Your keyboard has 100 preset Auto-Styles providing a steady beat for your music. Each time you turn on the keyboard, it automatically selects the "8 BEAT 1".
1. Press [style]. "STYLE" and the currFrom 00 to 99
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ent style's code appears.


2. To select a different style, choose an

Auto-Style from the STYLES list and enter its two-digit number on the keypad. For example, press 04 to select 8 Beat 4, press "0" and "4" , the style "04" appears. Repeatedly press [+] or [-] to move up or down to the next style.
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3. Press [start/stop] to start the sele-

cted Auto-Style.
4. Press [acc.vol] to adjust the accom-

paniment volume to the desired level.


5. To change the tempo, repeatedly

press [tempo +] or [tempo -]. The current tempo setting appears. You can adjust the tempo for an Auto-Style from 40 to 240 beats per minute. To reset the tempo to its default (original) speed, press [tempo +] and [tempo -] at the same time.
6. Play the keyboard along with the

From 0 to 9

Auto-Style.
7. To stop the Auto-Style, press [start

/stop] again.

Using SYNC
This feature allows you to synchronize the introduction of an Auto-Style with the introduction of your music. After selecting an Auto-Style, press [sync/fill]. The black dots below the tempo and the metronome flash, indicating the standby mode of the keyboard. You may start playing the keyboard. The keyboard automatically begins to play the style for any key you pressed.
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Using FILL-IN
Simply press [sync/fill] while the AutoStyle is playing. The keyboard inserts a variation, then the original style automatically resumes at the end of the current measure. For inserting a longer variation, hold down [sync/fill]; the keyboard plays the variation until you release [sync/fill].

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Using the Auto Bass Chord


The 19 keys on the left of the keyboard with note labels above them are called accompaniment keys.The accompaniment keys you pressed determine the type of chords that you played. You can set the keyboard to play with or without accompaniment. Note: There are 2 ways to detect the chord: Single Finger detect and Standard Fingering detect. If the chord playing accord with Standard Fingering detect, it is recognized as the Standard Fingering chord. If not, Single Finger chord will be recognized. (see the "Appendix 6 Chord Charts") Chords will also be produced , if just 2 keys are pressed, but the chord dictionary will not give accurate results. All keys past the 19th key (F#) are ignored when in Auto Bass Chord mode, so any three finger chords using these play as two finger. Follow these steps to activate A.B.C .
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1. Press [A.B.C.], " A.B.C." appears on the left side of the display. 2. Press [style] and enter a two-digit Auto-Style number. 3. To start the Auto-Style before the auto accompaniment, press [start/stop] . To synchronize the start of the selected Auto-rhythm with your accompaniment, press [sync/fill]. 4. To start the accompaniment at the desired interval, press the desired accompaniment key(s).
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5. Adjust tempo and accompaniment volume to the desired level. 6. To stop auto accompaniment rather than the Auto-Style, press [A.B.C.] again until "A.B.C. " disappears on the display. 7. To stop auto accompaniment and the Auto-Style, press [start/stop].

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8. The Standard Fingering method uses

standard formations of three or more notes; it allows experienced musicians to play a wider variety of accompaniment chords. And follow the same as step1 to step7 to start standard fingering auto accompaniment.

Using One-Touch Setting


Your keyboard's One-Touch Setting feature allows you to automatically play a preset voice to match a selected AutoStyle you have changed. Follow these steps to activate One-Touch Setting. 1. Press [style].
2. Enter a two-digit Auto-Style number. 3. Press [O.T.S]., 'O.T.S.' appears. 4. Press [voice]. The preset voice that
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matches the selected Auto-Style appears. To quit One-Touch Setting, press [O.T.S.],

Using the Metronome


Choose a beat (according to Function) , and then press [metro] to play the beat at the current tempo. To change the tempo, repeatedly press [tempo+] or [tempo-] . Press the [metro] again to close the metronome . Note During recording, you can turn the metronome on but it will not be recorded.
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Function
Function table:

contents TRANSPOSE BEAT MIDI

LCD display TPS 0 BET 4 CH 01

Range -6...+6 00 -09 02 01 16

Default 0 04 01
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Transpose Press [function] button and the LCD displays " TPS 0", then use [+][-] to change the transpose value from -6 to + 6. Beat Press [function] button two times and the LCD displays "BET 4"then use [+][-] to change the metro beat 02 3456789. MIDI Channel Press [function] button two times and the LCD displays "CH 01"then use [+][-] to change the MIDI out channel ranging from 01 to 16.

Record and Play Back


You can record a sequence of up to 49 notes in length. 1. Press [record] to start recording. "REC" appears. 2. Play the notes you want to record. 3. To stop recording, press record again

Flashing
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, "REC" disappears.
4. Press [play/stop] to play the notes

you recorded. "PLAY" appears.


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5. Press [play/stop] again to stop it.

Note: If the keyboard loses power, recording will be turned off and any recording you have made will be erased.
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Chord Dictionary
Chord direct is an inner-setup chord procedure which you can find the chord composition. This function lets you know the chord names and to learn the chords quickly. 1. In style stop status, press [chord direct] with "C dict" and "chord direct" on the display to enter the chord direction mode.
2. Play the corresponding keys on the
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keyboard according to the root note of a chord, LCD chord area displays the root note that is pressed, as well as the chord name and its notes with melody keyboard and staff indicator.
3. Play the chords on the keyboard in

auto accompaniment field, according to the "chord direct" on the LCD, applause will appear from the speaker if the correct notes have been pressed.

Me mo ry/Percussion
Me mo ry
Press [memory/percussion] to shift the function. The default value is "memory" when power is turned on . Press and hold down [write] , and press [M1/pad1] (or [M2/pad2] -- [M5/pad5]) at the same time to store the current tone, style, tempo, accompaniment volume, beat value, sustain on/off, transpose value or midi channel value. The memory location ([M1/pad1]-[M5/pad5]) plays the stored mode during performance. "Memory" will be returned to the default setting after you turned off the power.

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Percussion
Your keyboard's Percussion pads perform sounds of bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat open, high tom-tom, and hi-hat close. Simply press [memory/percussion]. "PER" displays. The keyboard plays the selected percussion sound each time you press the pad. You can record any of the available percussion sounds of the Percussion pads. This lets you quickly select and play a percussion sound produced by the keyboard. Note: The keyboard will clear any assigned sound each time you turn it off.

Follow these steps to record and play:


1. Press [voice], then enter "00" on the

keypad.
2. Select drum sounds by pressing any

of the 49 keys until you hear your desired sound.


3. Hold down the Percussion pads you

want to assign the sound for and press the desired key.

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Using MIDI
1. Your keyboard includes the MIDI fea-

MIDI OUT
1. The keyboard can send out several

ture. (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) MIDI is the universal standard for sending and receiving performance data between electronic musical instruments.
2. Using MIDI, you can play music on

types of MIDI messages (such as PROGRAM CHANGE and NOTE). Please refer to the MIDI Implementation Chart on page 21.
2. Press [function] until "CH" displays.

your keyboard and another instrument simultaneously while pressing the keys on only one. Record your music to a sequencer, acquire a wider selection of preset tones from a sound module.
3. Every MIDI equipped instrument has a

The last two figures are the current MIDI CH value. Select the channel for MIDI transmission by pressing [+] or []. The selection range is 01- 16, and the default value is 01. Once the connec-tion is made, the keyboard's MIDI data will be sent automatically as you play.
3.

MIDI OUT terminal, and some also have a MIDI IN and a MIDI THRU terminal. Each of these terminals serves in different purposes. MIDI OUT sends MIDI data to ("talks to") other MIDI instruments.
4. This keyboard has a MIDI OUT term-

An all-note-off message will be sent out whenever there is a Transpose, a midi channel change or when a

Connecting with Externa Device


For two MIDI instruments to be communicated, they must be connected with MIDI cables. In a basic example, the MIDI OUT terminals of this keyboard could be connected to the MIDI OUT terminals of a sequencer, allowing you to record and play back the performance data from this keyboard.
MI DI OU T port Pl ug MI DI Ca ble into this port So und Ca rd wi th MI DI port

inal. Please refer to the following instructions.

Connecting with PC (Personal Computer)


Switch both the keyboard and PC off. Connect the keyboard and PC with a MIDI adaptor (one end with 5-pin plug and the other end with 15-pin plug). Switch on both keyboard and PC again, make sure the volume is minimized by pressing [ master vol]. Note:
1. Your PC should be equipped with a

sound card, a pair of speakers and the MIDI software must be installed.
MI DI Ca ble

Co mp uter (rear view)

2. No information of Auto-Style, Pre-re-

corded songs, Sustain and Transpose could be sent as MIDI data.


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Joy stick/MI DI port Pl ug MI DI cable into this port on the sound card

Specifications
Nu mb er of Keys.................................................................................................49 Polyphonic Sound............................................................................... 8-note(Ma x.) Preset Voices.................................................................................................. 100 Auto-Styles...................................................................................................... 100 Pre-Re corded Songs............................................................................................ 100 De mo s..............................................................................................................100 Effecs.....................................................................................................Transpose, Sustain, Piano Style Co ntrols................................................................ Temp o, sync/fill, start/stop Built-In Speakers............................................................................... 4 ohm, 2WX2 Power Sources...................................................................DC 9V Adaptor 6 x 'C size' batteries Dimensi ons (WxDxH )....................................................................... 667x250x76(mm) Weight (Without Ba tteries).............................................................................. 2.4kg Specifications and designs are subject to change wi thout prior notice.

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Appendix 1 Voices List

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Appendix 2 Styles List

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Appendix 3 Songs List


FAVORITE Long, long ago Old folks at home Ave maria Solveig's song Jeannie with the light brown hair Bill bailey won't you come home Annie laurie From the new world The yellow rose of texas Turkey in the straw Deck the halls America the beautiful The sideway The entertainer Carry me back to old viginia Aloha oe Camptown races Grandfather's clock Oh! Susanna My old kentucky home O'solo mio Jingle bells Battle hymne of the republic Silent night The blue-bells of scotland

Angels we have heard on high Skip to my lou London bridge is falling down Humpty dumpty Home on the range This old man Waltz of emperor Ten little indians

Twinkle twinkle little star Polly-wolly-doodle Santa claus is coming to town La cucaracha Home sweet home Up on the house top Sippin cider through a straw FOLK Aula lee House of the rising son My bonnie In the rain Cielito lindo Red river valley Yankee doodle She wore a yellow ribbon Auld lang syne Starlight on the rail When the saints go marching in Amazing grace Little brown jug I've been working on the railroad The stagecoach Old king cole If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands Londonderry air Michael row the boat ashore When johnny comes marching home Happy birthday to you My darling clementine Santa lucia Szla dziewecaka Jamaica farewell The old gray mare
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American patrol Green sleeves Oh christmas tree Waltzing matilda Oh breneli Rasa sayany Believe me, if all those endearing young charms CLASSIC Cannon Pizzicato polka Valse des fleurs Thais meditation Old france Joy to the world Humoreske Ode to joy March Wiegenlied "he surprise" symphony Swan lake Heidenroslein Fruhlingslied Habanera from"carmen" Die forelle Kuckuckswalzer Minuet 1 Toy symphony Minuet 2 BALLROOM Kulzak Samba Tango of cuba Polka Russian

Appendix 4 Chord Dictionary


Chord Type Arrangeme nt:
Keyboard Na me A3 A3# B3 C4 C4 # D4 D4 # E4 F4 F4# G4 G4 # A4 A4# B4 Ch ord Type M 6 M7 m m6 m7 7 79 dim7 dim 7aug aug 7sus4 sus4 M7 9

Chord Root Arrangeme nt:


Keyboard Na me C5 C5 # D5 D5 # E5 F5 F5 # G5 G5 # A5 A5# B5 Ch ord Ro ot C C# D Eb E F F# G Ab A Bb B

Appendix 5 MI DI Imp leme ntation Chart


Function Basic Ch annel No te Nu mb er : True note Program Ch ange : true Cl ose all note Cn pp De fault Ch anged Transmi tted 0ch 0-15ch 9nH kk vv n=0 15 Kk=3090 Vv= 64 n=015 pp=0099 n=0 15 Rema rks

BnH 7BH 00H

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Appendix 6 Chord Charts


1.Single Finger

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2. Fingered A.

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2. Fingered B.

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