#1
Greetings all...

What is this chord? I'm writing some music and was just intrigued

e--3
B--1
G--0
D--2
A--2
E--0

Been playing for a while so I think I should know!!! oh well cheers!
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#2
It's a C7 Major (I think...).

Don't quote me on that.
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#3
druggie.. is your band link in your sig wrong? it directed me to some private chicks profile..
#5
User above is correct... According to Guitar Pro that is.
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#6
Em6 implies that it's a major 6th(C sharp) I'm not sure if you'd call that Emaddb6 or Emaddb13
#7
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I'd say it's an Em6. I think that's how it's written anyway. It's an Em chord with a b6.


Almost correct;

It's indeed an Em with a b6.

However, Em6 (like Em9) indicated a minor chord with a Major 6th (or 9th).

So the chord is called Emaddb13.

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#9
thanks all...im glad that i wasn't bein uber dumb :P
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#10
first two responders are dicks.

And don't use guitar pro, just figure it out. It's both fun and educational.
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#11
It could be Cmaj7, but I would doubt that. It would depend on the progression it's in. Play your progression and substitute the chord you posted with an Em. Do it again and play a Cmaj7 instead. One of those is going to sound terribly wrong. If the Cmaj7 sounds wrong then it's Emaddb13. If Em sounds wrong then it's Cmaj7.

Edit: Cmaj7, not C7 >_>
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#12
Quote by Eastwinn
It could be C7, but I would doubt that. It would depend on the progression it's in. Play your progression and substitute the chord you posted with an Em. Do it again and play a C7 instead. One of those is going to sound terribly wrong. If the C7 sounds wrong then it's Emaddb13. If Em sounds wrong then it's C7.

You mean it could be CMaj7? C7 doesn't imply a major 7th.
#13
Quote by tenfold
You mean it could be CMaj7? C7 doesn't imply a major 7th.


Oh yes, my bad, I was just reading through the posts and someone said C7 and that got caught in my mind.
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Quote by tenfold
Yeah he put the Major after C7 :p Little weird to say it that way.


IDK, maybe because some people write C7M as the abbreviation for Cmaj7.