#1
Hello!

I've got this chord and i haven't got a clue about the name,,,


-x-
-8-
-7-
-9-
-8-
-x-

thanks in advance
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#3
Ok, caus the way i look at it is from the Gypsie Harm Mineur scale
for example B C# D E# F# G A#

Sow the F that you are talking about in this case is an Esharp

How would you call the cord then?
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#5
Quote by Mario-Guitar
Hello!

I've got this chord and i haven't got a clue about the name,,,


-x-
-8-
-7-
-9-
-8-
-x-

thanks in advance

There is a sticky for EXACTLY this sort of thing, ironically.

F Cb D G

D7add4/F


EDIT: I was way off. Don't mind me...

G7/F
Last edited by DiminishedFifth at Jun 29, 2010,
#6
Quote by DiminishedFifth
There is a sticky for EXACTLY this sort of thing, ironically.

F Cb D G

D7add4/F


what :P?
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#7
I have that as G7/F too.

Quote by DiminishedFifth

D7add4/F


How on earth do you figure that? There's a B natural there, the major 6th of D? Nah dude, you'd want an A in there somewhere to be calling it a D anything.

D7add4/F = F (A) D G C or something like it - there's no B natural.
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Last edited by seemeel at Jun 29, 2010,
#9
Quote by seemeel
I have that as G7/F too.


How on earth do you figure that? There's a B natural there, the major 6th of D? Nah dude, you'd want an A in there somewhere to be calling it a D anything.

D7add4/F = F (A) D G C or something like it - there's no B natural.

Don't worry, I figured it out. It was bothering me and I decided to pick up my guitar and actually look and think. I was WAYYYYY off haha. On like... everything.

FYI, the 5th of a chord is usually the first taken out. Especially in extended voicings. So, no... it don't need an A... at all.

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#10
I would've thought a Gmaj/F ideally
I dunno where this 7th business has come from
And if you wanna take it from the gypsy scale just call it Gmaj/E#
#11
Quote by Rock'n'Roller
I would've thought a Gmaj/F ideally
I dunno where this 7th business has come from
And if you wanna take it from the gypsy scale just call it Gmaj/E#

F is the 7th of G...

1: G
3: B
5: D
7: F

Thus, G7/F is born.
#13
Quote by Mario-Guitar
Ok, caus the way i look at it is from the Gypsie Harm Mineur scale
for example B C# D E# F# G A#

Sow the F that you are talking about in this case is an Esharp

How would you call the cord then?


in that case it would be G/E♯ since the E♯ is the 6th in this case.
#14
It can be any of these:
G/F, G7/F, Bmin+5/F, D6sus4/F, Dmin6add11/F, Dmin6add4/F, Bdim+5/F, Dsus4add6/F, Dminadd6add11/F, Dminadd4add6/F

Plurality is the musical term used to describe all the different names for the same chord.
#15
it'd most realistically be G/F right?
i mean, technically it could be G7/F, but the F is the bass note so i'd assume it's just G/F.
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#16
in order to label the chord accurately, it needs to be given with context. what does it progress to?
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#17
The E# comment was great! But unfortunately all good things have to come to an end, and referred to the appropriate sticky.

Name that chord III thread above
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