#1
can anyone figure this out
i think its some kind of f sharp minor
its a bitch of a stretch and completely impractical to play
ive included the best finger position for it i think as well in the brackets

e------------------
b------------------
g-------6(4)------
d-------2(1)------
a-------4(3)------
e-------2(2)------
#2
e------------------
b------------------
g-------6(4)------
d-------2(1)------
a-------4(3)------
e-------2(1)------

Bar across 2nd frets
Fourth finger on the 6th fret
Third / Second on the 4th fret

It will take us all a while to get into that stretch, but ive seen it be done.
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#3
you have f#(1) c#(5) e(b7) and c#(5). you could call it f#7no3 but you'd probably want something that includes a 3rd.
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#4
Quote by Aurigo
e------------------
b------------------
g-------6(4)------
d-------2(1)------
a-------4(3)------
e-------2(1)------

Bar across 2nd frets
Fourth finger on the 6th fret
Third / Second on the 4th fret

It will take us all a while to get into that stretch, but ive seen it be done.

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#5
I just tried it and it hurt like a bitch for a second. But barring across the second fret works fine; though I did use the second finger for the a string instead of the third finger.
#6
of the f# scale it has: root, dom5, b7, dom5
of the Db minor scale it has: sus4, root, minor 3rd, octave

i dont know enough musical theory to determine which it is now
#7
thats not hard to play......
i dont know why you would want to play it...but its not that hard
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#8
#Cm/#F is the name of the chord it is in the key of #C but the #F is just an added bass note/ the relative major of #Cm, so really it could go #Cm/#F or #Fmaj7

ps zida there is NO sustained notes if this was in the key of dD
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#9
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thats not hard to play......
i dont know why you would want to play it...but its not that hard


Some metal songs consist of these type of chords. So hey.
Its also good to learn everything you can aswell dude.

Oh and for the dude who was trying to work out the name, it can be called one of these:

F#7
C#m/F#
E6/F#
C#madd11/F#
Esus2add13/F#
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#10
I found that really easy actually, although I practice stretch chords much more difficult than that very often.

Try:

e----2(1)----|
b----8(4)----|
g----7(3)----|
d----5(2)----|
a-------------|
e-------------|


Really hard, but doable.
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#11
I found that chord to be rather easy, and not especially interesting sounding.
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#12
You can also play that chord this way:

e/--
b/--2
g/--x
d/--2
a/--4
e/--2

You barre 2nd fret with your first finger, stomp (x) the G string with second finger and play C# on A string with third finger.
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#13
Quote by AllanM
I found that really easy actually, although I practice stretch chords much more difficult than that very often.

Try:

e----2(1)----|
b----8(4)----|
g----7(3)----|
d----5(2)----|
a-------------|
e-------------|


Really hard, but doable.
And also useless.
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Quote by AllanM
I found that really easy actually, although I practice stretch chords much more difficult than that very often.

Try:

e----2(1)----|
b----8(4)----|
g----7(3)----|
d----5(2)----|
a-------------|
e-------------|


Really hard, but doable.


i can do that and im shocking at chords :p

i cant do it very very cleanly though and i wouldnt be able to change quickly but ah well

what chord is it?
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#15
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what chord is it?


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#16
Try this

e------------------
b------------------
g-------6(4)------
d-------2(1)------
a-------4(3)------
e-------2(T)------

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#17
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And also useless.


Really helps stretch out your hands, before I learned it I couldn't even get close to stretching that far. I'm not saying it's good musically, it's just a good exercise.
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#18
im sorry, as i said i realllly dont know enough musical theory.
do flat notes not have sustained intervals or did i just call it wrong or....
oh boy theres just _so_ many options :!
#19
its F#7 with no third

F#, C#, E, C#

if you find it hard to play leave out the top note. as you can see its the same as the note on the 5th string.
Last edited by no_thing101 at Nov 16, 2008,