#2
G B D A D E

G13(omit9) with a quick glance.
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#3
GMaj13

EDIT:

Ooooooooooops... GMaj13(no7) if you like having G as your root note.

Otherwise, Em7(add4)?
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#4
Touche
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#5
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Touche


LOL

The A is a major 2nd in the key of G major and the E is a major 6th. Wait... there's no 7th...

GMaj13(no 7)

Hey, or it could be Emin7(add4)
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#6
Holy god did I ever screw this one up, I appologize TS. This was easily my biggest fail ever on UG.

So the notes are

G B D A D E

G major scale is G A B C D E F# G

So you have the root, major third, perfect fifth, major second(9th) and the major sixth(13)

So Gmaj13(omit seven and 11)

I appologize again.
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theory states 1+1=2 sometimes in music 1+1=3.
#9
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So Gmaj13(omit seven and 11)

I appologize again.


You can't omit the 7th in a 13th chord, it's just a G6add9.
#10
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You can't omit the 7th in a 13th chord, it's just a G6add9.
Right, more commonly notated simply as G6/9.
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#11
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Right, more commonly notated simply as G6/9.


Semantics

The chord stays the same.
#12
You can omit whatever you want. I often omit the seven just because I like the way it sounds.
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theory states 1+1=2 sometimes in music 1+1=3.
#13
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You can omit whatever you want. I often omit the seven just because I like the way it sounds.


But then the chord will sound more like an added13 then an extended 13. Well, if you like it....