#1
i doubt this is the right place for this so sorry if its the wrong place

ok i was wondering because i have no idea what the name of this chord is because i was tabbing a song and this came out of it and i have no idea what the name is:

e-
b-
g-
d-5
a-2
e-
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#3
an Aug5?
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#4
Not even really a chord, just an interval
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#5
The most common context in which a chord like that is used is as a substitute for a Gmaj, it's an inversion of sorts, the chord starts on the M3.
#6
wouldnt it be a b chord though since its played on the second fret on the a? but what is called like if i was tabbing or chording it?
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#7
It can hardly be called a chord. To name it, I guess G/B, because it's a G major with a B bass note.
#8
thanks then
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#9
its not a chord its i dyad actually Baug5 dyad
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#10
Its only two notes. To attempt to place it as a chord or part of a chord we would need to know what comes before and after it to find what it acts as.