I am in the process of writing some chord charts out for a new composition. My 6 string fretless bass is tuned (low to high) DADADE. The piece is primarily in D minor and it has fits of angry 15/8 to 7/8 to a comfy 16/8 at the end. Technique-wise, I am tapping an open string harmonics triplestop chord at the 12th fret with my right hand (on the top 3-4 strings) while my left hand is comping the basic bass line on the bottom 2 strings around the 8th fret. Tab-wise, the 4 note bass line would be ascending 8-9 fret on the A string and 7-8 fret on the D string, with the four bass notes being F G A Bb. The particular chord progression in question is as follows, with the initial low note being the bass note and the next 3 notes are all tapped harmonics (kind of like a pedal tone droning sustained chord, which in this case, is syncopated) at the 12th fret. As the lowest bass note moves, I change the chordal tension by dropping down a 4th to the next set of harmonics. So below, I have listed the 4 chords with their notes and underneath that, I have notated what I think the correct spelling of these chords might be: (F)ADE FM6 (add 7) (G)ADE G sus2 (add 13) (A)DAD AM4 (Bb)DAD BbM7(add 10) So, if you were thinking from strict piano theory, how would YOU spell out/notate these chords, and would that change if you were labeling them from a GUITAR/BASS perspective???????? Ah, the joys of notating alternate tunings!! BLAH!! I just want to make sure that other players can play this stuff!