#4
Its an Ab7sus4... figure it out from the notes...

Ab (I)
Gb (VII)
Db (IV)

Resolve the Db down to a C and you get an Ab7

Or it can be a Db/C#sus 4 or an F#/Gb9 9

It just depends on how you arrange the notes
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Last edited by trey-col89 at Aug 9, 2010,
#5
Quote by Guitar Skater
G#m

The notes are G#, F# and C#... so no. For it to be a minor chord, you need a minor third, which this does not have.
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#10
Quote by tyler_j
F# sus2.

It's only difficult since he has it upside down.


Yeah, this seems quite likely as well. I just checked the chord bank in GP5 and apparently I was spot on with my guess as well, if you choose to look at it like that. Your answer is undoubtedly much simpler and nicer though.
#11
yeah it confused me first since it was upside down so it's either:
-Ab7sus4
-Gbsus2/Ab
-Dbsus4/Ab
#12
Quote by seemeel
The notes are G#, F# and C#... so no. For it to be a minor chord, you need a minor third, which this does not have.



haha i didnt see he put the tab upside down!