#1
The tabs for the chord are:

---5---
---5---
---5---
---7---
---8---
---5---

And another chord, which is sort of similar:

---5---
---8---
---5---
---7---
---8---
---5---

Can anyone tell me what chord(s) these are?
#4
Fmaj7
and Fadd9

(mapofyourhead had it right)
Belief is a beautiful armour but makes for the heaviest sword.
#5
Quote by Dempsey68
Fmaj7
and Fadd9

(mapofyourhead had it right)


He said Fm7 not Fmaj7, which is a completely different thing. If you are correct in the context of the song (which is unknown at this point) it would at least be called Fmaj7/A and Fadd9/A.
Last edited by JayLacelle at Aug 20, 2010,
#6
m is minor.
M is major.

And this is just the basic open C shape moved up the neck, so I named it as such. I probably should have notated the A as the root, but I didn't think it was a crucial element in this case.
#7
Quote by MapOfYourHead
m is minor.
M is major.

And this is just the basic open C shape moved up the neck, so I named it as such. I probably should have notated the A as the root, but I didn't think it was a crucial element in this case.


Ok sorry I've never seen maj been written as M before.

You don't name chords based on it's shape in standard tuning though, and since it is an inversion to have the major 3rd in the bass it is pretty important.
#8
I'm all too aware of chord naming conventions, and how they are depend of the chords function in the progression. But seeing that no context was given, I gave the most basic answer, with the thought process that TS is simply using the C shape moved up the neck.

Edit: And in this case, the 3rd in the bass is not the defining element of the chord, which is why I left it out. But to be safe, you may as well leave it in.
Last edited by MapOfYourHead at Aug 20, 2010,