#1
It's in the key of F with the root on the 5th string

F G# C# D#
1 b3 #5 b7

--x
--x
--8
--6
--8
--9

Can i just call it an augmented chord with a flat 7th?
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#2
Yes, could call it Fm7/aug5

or C#add9, which looks nicer to me
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#4
Yeah, I agree with this guy agreeing with the other guy.
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#5
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#9
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#12
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I thought that too.

The notes really shouldn't be sharps. First off, F major has no sharps and one flat, while F minor has four flats. No sharps. G# would be A flat, D# would be Eb, and while you can have augmented fifths in minor, they don't sound nearly the same and it's probably more common to call it a minor sixth (Db).

So I would call this Fmb13

Those who are calling it a C#add9 are forgetting the #11. disregard that I suck cocks
Last edited by st.stephen at Dec 8, 2009,
#13
Quote by st.stephen
I thought that too.

The notes really shouldn't be sharps. First off, F major has no sharps and one flat, while F minor has four flats. No sharps. G# would be A flat, D# would be Eb, and while you can have augmented fifths in minor, they don't sound nearly the same and it's probably more common to call it a minor sixth (Db).

So I would call this Fmb13

Those who are calling it a C#add9 are forgetting the #11.


It is a C♯add9... There's no FX anywhere...

Its even in root position. Its quite obviously a C♯add9. You should try playing it.

It also doesn't make sens to have a minor chord with an augmented fifth or flattened sixth, as that just makes a first inversion major chord. Then you add a note, and it still isn't that minor chord. The note you want to be the root just won't be the root.
#14
It's just a C minor third power chord.
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#15
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It's just a C minor third power chord.


No. There's no C. Its not a powerchord. Powerchords do not have thirds. Powerchords are neither major or minor.
#17
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It is a C♯add9... There's no FX anywhere...

Its even in root position. Its quite obviously a C♯add9. You should try playing it.

It also doesn't make sens to have a minor chord with an augmented fifth or flattened sixth, as that just makes a first inversion major chord. Then you add a note, and it still isn't that minor chord. The note you want to be the root just won't be the root.


Exactly.

Although I still think 'it looks nicer' is a better reason why it's C#add9
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Last edited by pigeonmafia at Dec 9, 2009,