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Hello everyone!

I am new to Texas Accordion Net, and I am hoping someone can help me, as I have not been able to find the exact information I have been looking for through internet search or YouTube.

I play the Roland FR-18 Diatonic Accordion, which I am thoroughly enjoying. Not only versatile, but also programmable!

I do not read music, I only play by ear...

I am wanting to program my bass/chord keys in one of my tab sets for western swing music, and I have been looking for a BASIC Western Swing Bass and Chord chart. This could be in any key as the FR-18 automatically changes keys as requested with the flick of a button once programmed in one key.

Would anyone be able to help? From what I can ascertain so far for western swing (Texas swing?): bass G with chord G; B with chord G7; C with C, C# with A. But that is as much as I have been able to find. Is this right? I also know there is a lot missing.

Thank you for any help you can provide.

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