✔ The ENTIRE song is tabbed and labelled properly, including ALL verses, refrains, choruses, bridge and the intro! There are no missing lyrics or chords.
✔ There are chords placed above the lyrics to indicate where the chord changes occur.
✔ Formatting is good. You can hover on the chords to bring up a chord chart.
Examples of BAD chord sheets:
1. Timing is missing
New players are using your chords! Players want to know when a change is coming so they can prepare for it!
2. Incomplete chord sheets
Players do not want to stop playing mid-song and scroll back up to the beginning to repeat a section! Likewise, players using the autoscroll function
would not be able to use that feature with these chords.
3. Formatting issues
- Putting chords inline or using special characters like brackets, quotes, parenthesis, periods or dashes will result in an error. Your chords will not
render properly, the transpose feature will not work, and the chord charts will not appear!
- CAPITALIZATION MATTERS! It matters a LOT! Lowercase letters will not be recognized as chords. Also, please note that a capital M means a chord is major and
a lowercase m means a chord is minor. AM7 and Am7 are two very different chords!