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Old 11-27-2014, 11:50 AM   #5781
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Originally Posted by Thrasherx00
This. You need to know chord construction and note names to properly understand modes anyway.


Agreed! Once you get the fretboard down for chords, modes come easy to you.
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Old 12-11-2014, 07:02 AM   #5782
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Name these chords please... first one is Em(something?)

0---------0
5---------0
4---------4
5---------4
7---------0
0----------

for the second chord if the fingering for the D and G strings is moved around the fret board to say the 6th fret or the 9th fret is there much of a dramatic change in the chord name? By that I mean does the chord type stay the same? e.g. like a movable major chord with the root on the 5th string on the 2nd fret is an B major chord, on the 5th fret its a D major chord.
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Old 12-11-2014, 07:18 AM   #5783
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low to high that's

E E G B E E = Em

and

A F# B B E I would call it a Bsus4/A

And yeah the chord would change if you change those two notes around. They are a pretty strong interval.

If you went up to the sixth fret

A G# C# B E = AMaj9

If you went up to the 9th fret

A B E B E = Esus4/A (or Asus2)

Though if you're just sliding it around then you could look at it similarly to the A barre chord shape which would put the root on the G string and the fifth on the D string.
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Old 12-11-2014, 04:21 PM   #5784
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Thanks 20Tigers. I want to slap myself in the face for not knowing what the first chord was. Duh...
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