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Yeah I was looking at the Robin Nolan gig book and how they notate things and it seems kind of confusing. I'll see if I can put a picture up of what I'm talking about
edit: if anyone has the gig book, Nuages is an example of what I'm talking about. The first part of the chords says [Bb-7 / Eb7 /] and then the next thing says [A-7b5 D7] (note the lack of /'s)
So I'm not sure what the difference between the two designations is
Looking at a grill of Nuages, it seems like you'd do 4 beats of Eb7 and then 2 of A-7b5 and then two of D7 before going on to a G chord. So I'm not sure what the Bb-7 of the example I gave is supposed to do...just a different chord you can play? What a second guitar could play? Or do they really want several beats of Bb-7 before going to Eb7