#1
I can't name this one, help!
The notes are, from lowest to highest:
C# G# D A

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#3
d maj7 diminished maybe? or c# add b9 add 6 dont know exactly what it would be called
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#4
Depends on how it functions.

But for simplicity's sake, I'll just call it AM7 (add11) for now.
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#5
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which strings? which position?

If you knew anything about theory you wouldn't need to know that, only the notes in the chord.

I myself don't know really, I can only find a root and a fifth that really make sense perhaps a maj7, the rest of the notes are b2 and b6 in some voicings, 4 and b2 with a b5 in another, maj7 5 and b5 in another.
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#6
lol yea my theory is terrible sorta funny cus I'm on Grade 8 (last grade) for classical :P
#8
If you want it in tab form it's

C#
G#
E 5
B 3
F# 2
C# 0

In C# Standard.
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#11
I'll go with the Amaj7add11 (no5)
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#12
^ why do people write (no5)? There is no point, a chord can still be heard as a chord without the 5th (even without the 3rd and fifth in some cases).
#13
I do it because its properly notated. I know you don't need a 5th, but I still use it because I notate every note (and therefore lack of)
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#14
I agree with griff, C#mb6b9. It functions as the dominant of F#m.
i don't know why i feel so dry
#16
Yeah, just guessing. Meant to say that it functions well as a dominant.
i don't know why i feel so dry
#17
The entire chord progression is:
C#sus4 C#5 C#mb6b9 Dmaj7
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