#2
f# d#g# a c# f#

Taking f# as your root.... D# = 6 G#= G. A=3 C# = 5

So its a crazy hard way to play a F# maj6

Thats my quick way looking at it
#6
Quote by mdc
Gbm69
-4-
-2-9
-2-8
-1-7
---9
-2-


Useless to you, however.

how the hell did i overlook the 9th degree
#8
201122, difference being a lower A. I think this is a (weirdo) minor not major though. GP calls it F#m6add9 but I'm not a theorist
Last edited by fanapathy at Feb 14, 2013,
#10
Just take the darn notes and put them in closer proximity... i hope you understand the fretboard.....
#11
Quote by B&J
Just take the darn notes and put them in closer proximity... i hope you understand the fretboard.....


I'm just trying to make a chord file I'm going to post, and I want people to be able to understand it. I'll just diagram the chords used in the song at the beginning of the file incase the names are incorrect.
#12
Quote by weezergeek182
well...I'm looking to find an easier option for that chord (F#maj6??) likewise, I don't know what to call this [668876] I would call the latter one a D#/A#minor5.

Ebm/Bb in the key of Db

D sharp minor/A sharp in other major keys.
Last edited by mdc at Feb 14, 2013,
#13
@Mdc i think its a Cminor-learnyour****ingfretboard #5 chord...

its amazing.. People just lean how chords are build, its not even hard, its no rocket science.... do it.
#14
Quote by B&J
@Mdc i think its a Cminor-learnyour****ingfretboard #5 chord...

its amazing.. People just lean how chords are build, its not even hard, its no rocket science.... do it.

Lol. You clearly don't frequent this forum much.
#15
Quote by mdc
Lol. You clearly don't frequent this forum much.

you just stated why i dont.... gosh. I'm a guitar player,,,, ok.... lets play in D..... where's that?


I hate those people
#16
Quote by weezergeek182
well...I'm looking to find an easier option for that chord (F#maj6??)

I've given you two voicings for that chord already. And it's not F#maj6. It's F#m69. Read, and understand.

The ignorance of noobs on this board is fucking unbelievable.
#17
i dont get it wouldnt it be so much easier to just learn how to build chords... it would save the noobs so much time they could actually spend on playing
#18
Topic starting noob.... a chord begins with a root... then you generally have a 3th. Its either a flat or a normal 3th. If its a normal 3th its major, if not its minor. You have a 5th, but not necessarily. And that would make your triad. See.... simple right.. 1 3 5 is major, 1 b3 5 is minor.

So C E G is major, C Eb G is minor.

Now if you want to make that a major 7th you add the 7th degree

C E G B

or 1357

when you know your major scales in every key you can solve the problems you have instantly...

the 9th is the same as the 2nd. 11th is the same as the 4th..

now start counting and never open topics like this again. Thanks

PS. not every chord begins with a root, but for this time... lets say they do
#20
read the post above this.... if you dont understand this,,, ur a noob
#22
Honestly, I would just omit the fifth. Try this:

xx4244.
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