#1
-x-
-x-
-9-
-7-
-5-
-x-


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

x
x
9
6
7
x


x
x
7
7
x
7

x
x
6
7
x
7

x
x
x
9
7
9


x
x
x
9
7
5


x
x
7
5
5
3


They're the chords Say Anything use alot, I've been trying to name them for days :P
#2
There's a sticky for this, y'know.

Quote by Dylan-pnx
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-x-
-9-
-7-
-5-
-x-

D5add9

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

F#m7

x
x
9
6
7
x

An E Major diad

x
x
7
7
x
7

Bm7

x
x
6
7
x
7

Bm9(no3)

x
x
x
9
7
9

C#m7


x
x
x
9
7
5

A5add9

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x
7
5
5
3

G Power chord

EDIT: You're probably better off learning how to do this yourself though... this site has great minds/articles willing to help you too.
Last edited by DiminishedFifth at Jun 29, 2010,
#4
D Sus2
F#/Gb Min7
E Maj
B Min7
B9
C#/Db Min7
A Sus2
G5
Last edited by aaronq1222 at Jun 29, 2010,
#5
Asus2, A5/F#, Emaj. without the B, Bm7 without the F#, Bm7add9 without the F# or D, E5/C#, Esus2, G5. The chords u gave are only parts of chords, so i filled in a little. if u want the full chord, just dont look at the "without the" part
#7
Frederick
Diane
Elaine
Geraldo
Helena
Tyree
Ulysses
Samford

I don't understand why you need names for your chords, though.
OBEY THE MIGHTY SHITKICKER
#8
^^

Yeah, diminished and the others pretty much covered it though.
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