#1
e 0 what is this chord?
B 1
G 0
D 0
A 2
E x

and this chord?

e 0
B 1
G 0
D 0
A 0
E 1

any help appreciated.. thanks
#3
You should try to do this yourself. Brush up on some theory and you won't have to wait for some guy like me to tell you, which I won't (though I think I do know which chords).

Here: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/search.php?s=the+crusade&w=columns
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#5
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but those should be a C maj9**and a F maj13

OH! I was totally right! 'xept for the C9...

First chord I think is C9/B C E G B D

Second chord... Fmaj13 F A C E G D

Yup, yup.
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#6
The First One Is C/B

It Sounds Good After a C

It's Used In Velvet Revolvers Cover of ELO's Can't Get It Out Of My Head In The Acoustic Verse... Bit

The Second is Weird

there are two possible answers...

A: F6/9 (F major 6th add 9th)
Although this doesn't Have a 7th So it Would Be
e X
B 1
G 0
D 0
A 0
E 1

or A: F13 (F Dominant 13th)
but it Has a flat 7th and also a little harder to play on the guitar


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#8
Thanks a lot everyone. Ive been playing for 5 years, its been atleast 3 1/2 since ive actually picked up a guitar to really learn something instead of messing around. I have started taking lessons again for theory and such.

I've been learning an acoustic song and those chords were in it so i was just wondering what they were.
Thanks.
#9
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First one is a C 7 in 3rd inversion.

3rd inversion? Hmm i guess i havent gotten that far into theory yet... i just got done with inverting triads and chords and writng slash chords and stuff... but the book im using only had 1st and 2nd inversions...

maybe i just havent gotten there yet, as it hasnt even talked about 9ths, 11ths, etc, even though i already know that a 9th is just a 2nd + 1 octave, right? and an 11th is 4th+oct?

correct me if im wrong, im gonna study some more later, about to do science homework, THEN theory time.
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#10
much thanks to tenfold for posting that link. i was able to name the chords in the progression of one of my riffs.

Gmaj7sus4no5 - F#7sus4no5 - Gmaj7sus4no5 - F#7sus4no5 - A7sus4no5.

try it out and let me know what you think. hehe

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all of them are 3 note chords except for Gmaj7sus4no5(4 notes). How can i simplify the name of these cords because it seems a bit too much?
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#11
F#7sus4no5 - Gmaj7sus4no5 - F#7sus4no5 - A7sus4no5.


"No 5" is redundant, as the fifth is tonally irrelevant and is usually omitted anyway once you start adding extensions beyond the seventh.
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