#3
i would call it the B-askersville22 chord in honor of yourself
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#5
Is there a thread or lesson where they describe how chords are written and names?
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#6
EAF#CF#

some inversion of F# minor 7 b5


You're reading it upside down.

The chord is a Badd11 without a 5th.

Is there a thread or lesson where they describe how chords are written and names?


Tons. Google it.
#7
B-D#-B-B-E

root-3rd-root-root-4th.

you could call it a Badd11 (11 because the 4th is above the bass root)

there ae plenty of lessons and threads that deal with chord construction, spend 5 minutes looking.

Edit: ^ even if he read it upside down, the notes are still wrong.

also, i didnt see your answer before i posted
Last edited by MapOfYourHead at Nov 6, 2009,
#8
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Edit: ^ even if he read it upside down, the notes are still wrong.



They are right upside down. I just havent looked at tablature in forever. :/

EDIT: NVM I JUST HAVENT USED TABS FOR A WHILE


LEAVE ME ALONE
Last edited by Tommy Walker at Nov 6, 2009,
#9
^no they aren't right upside down,

upside down they would be E-A-F#-G#-C#

for you to be right the tab would have to be

|2
|1
|x
|4
|0
|0

but whatever, im not here for an arguement.