#1
Ok so I was screwing with some random chords and I came up with what I think is...

G# 6th Suspended 4th
E A D G B E
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4 4 3 x 2 x
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B 6th Suspended 4th
E A D G B E
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7 7 6 x 5 x
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But then I'm trying to flat the B and the higher E but leave the lower E and the G# as is. I'm wondering what chord that would even be much less if that would work.

Also I'm playing it G#6sus4 for 4 bars, B6sus4 for 2 and the the flatted chord for 2
Last edited by Scotsman24` at Aug 29, 2009,
#4
They are both inverted major chords.

Edit: First is C sharp Major, second is E Major
Last edited by sadistic_monkey at Aug 29, 2009,
#5
Quote by sadistic_monkey
They are both inverted major chords.

Edit: First is C sharp Major, second is E Major


This. I don't understand your question though.
#6
Quote by Scotsman24`
I'm wondering what chord that would even be much less if that would work.


um, could you rephrase that?