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Flamenco chord played in a Spanish guitar. D is the root note, not the name of the chord.

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More chords recorded with Behringer B1 mic through UBBO2 in my noisy "dining room". File name indicates pitch and chord.

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Flamenco chord played in a Spanish guitar. Db is the root note, not the name of the chord.

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More chords recorded with Behringer B1 mic through UBBO2 in my noisy "dining room". File name indicates pitch and chord.