#1
hey guys,
soooo im learning this song, for high school musical (i know i know... im getting payed alot aha)
and one of the songs, the music has a chord....

Ami9(MA7)

how the heck do i play that?

i have a cd to go along with it, and the sound is like the classic kind of spy chord.... (the part before it is like a 60's spy sound)

any help would be greatly appriciated =)

thanks
#6
because its a minor 7th chord, with a 9th on-top (2nd note but an octave above) however its got a major 7th instead of a minor 7th, so its just basically a sharpened seventh note.
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#8
Am9(maj7) = Am (A C E) + 9 (G B) + maj7 (G#)

The G is struck out because it has been replaced by the G#. Am9 would be (A C E G D), but when there's a specification in brackets, that overrides the normal chord formula.
Last edited by blue_strat at Oct 2, 2009,
#10
Quote by blue_strat
Am9(maj7) = Am (A C E) + 9 (G D) + maj7 (G#)

The G is struck out because it has been replaced by the G#. Am9 would be (A C E G D), but when there's a specification in brackets, that overrides the normal chord formula.


The ninth in an Am9 is a B...
#11
Quote by isaac_bandits
The ninth in an Am9 is a B...

You're right. I was thinking of C for some reason ...